About this Blog

After I was diagnosed with MS in late January 2010, I researched it online. Big mistake. Many blogs I stumbled across were dismal and upsetting, people talking about their terrible symptoms, their anxieties and fears. I wanted to read something positive about living with MS, but the only uplifting stories I found were in pharmaceutical brochures.

Somewhere between the horror and the happiness is honesty. And that’s what this blog is all about. A real person living with a real disease. It’s not all gloomy, and it’s not all glorious. It’s just about getting through it. Celebrating the small successes, and not brooding too much about what sucks.

Because if you have MS, you already know it sucks. I don’t need to tell you that.

So I’m a 30-somethingish American woman, with a husband and two kids, no dog and no bull.

  1. Welcome to the MS Blogging Community. I love forward to hearing more of your story.

  2. Hello dear I sure love your humour, I wished I would have found a book written by you rather then the scarey ones I managed to sift through. I wanted to say hello and that I ‘met’ you via twitter.
    Any chance you are on FB as well ? =)

    You ALWAYS give me a chuckle thank YOU for what you do for others in helping to lighten our loads !
    Your friend,

  3. I’m delighted to have found your blog! We need much more of “the somewhere in between”. I’m also trying the MS diet thing, so it’s good to know I’m not the only lunatic. 🙂

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