Stories for people affected by MS, by people affected by MS.
MS is different for everyone - we hope this blog reflects this.
Do you have those moments when you’re trying to describe fatigue to someone who then says the killer line, “Oh, I know just how you feel, I get like that after a day looking after the kids.”
And you know that they don’t know just how you feel?
Blogging can be cathartic. It’s an online journal.
A chance for me to mull over things with the knowledge that in doing so, I may be striking a chord with someone in that vast expanse that is cyber space.
We all need heroes. Batman was my favourite superhero when I was a child.
I think because I could be my true self in the dark, this was when I could hang out with my mates and not worry about school. Also he has a cool car, a great sidekick and a butler!
Is this really me? Did I really just take part in a two-day bike ride? With MS?
From getting me back out into my local countryside with my husband, our tandem has now enabled us to take part in a cycling event in Anglesey.
I read a statistic that 40 per cent of people with MS develop problems with their voice, which shocked and scared me.
I know it's only a statistic, but my voice is my best asset.
As I watched my scooter being loaded into a van for its first annual service, it got me thinking of what I was up to this time last year… and how I managed before it.
I rely on the scooter so much, and can no longer imagine life without it - and so servicing is something I consider essential.