Monthly Archives: August 2012

Circuitry Gone Awry

As above so below is the adage when physics meets the philosophical. Trying to capture and control electricity from the wonder of the atmosphere streaking down to the ground of the earth is a spectacular accomplishment. And so will be … Continue reading

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Nine Year Old Piano Prodigy

9-Year Old Piano Prodigy Gavin George This little boy, Gavin George shown in the link above, is only nine years old and has been playing piano since he was 3.  At the age of 2 1/2 he learned how to … Continue reading

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10 Things That Will Make Life Easier For People With Disabilities

10 Things That Will Make Life Easier for People with Disability 1.       Dragon naturally speaking voice recognition program. Since I am no longer able to type, thanks to this goddamn Multiple Sclerosis, and I am paralyzed on my left side … Continue reading

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Seven Things About Me Award Nomination!

I’m just tickled pink because I have been nominated for the “Seven Things About Me” blog award by A Dog With Fleas blogger. Here is the message she sent to me to let me know and I am honored Hello … Continue reading

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Interview With Inspirational Author, Renae Clare The first thing that I must do before I even start to write this blog is to set the stage. This is how I’ve got it all set up in my mind. It is a gorgeous night in the … Continue reading

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Two Gorillas On Facebook

You can insert any name that you like to be above caption. I, personally would not use the word retard because I find it very offensive but since it was already attached to the photo I left it in.  I … Continue reading

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MS Terrorists


This is my brain on MS. It  is on overload. It is filled to the brim with terrorists, including spasms, paralysis, optic neuritis, numbness, brain fog, dizziness, pain, tingling, sleeplessness, fatigue, extreme charlie horses, aching, stumbling, loss of bladder control, stiffness, feelings of electrocution, confusion, depression, sadness, weariness, fear and a myriad of other symptoms that are too numerous to mention in this one little rant.

It is no wonder that I need a variety of drugs and various  other coping mechanisms just to get going. And thank God for all of those including the pharmaceuticals to help control the uncontrollable spasms and extremely painful charlie horses. And the sleeping pills that help me get some rest.

And the antidepressants that keep me from weeping uncontrollably at inappropriate and unexpected moments throughout the day. I used to be one of those people who never even took an aspirin until I finally relented and got some relief from the god-awful symptoms and was able to enjoy my life in bigger and better ways.

On a good day my mind isn’t quite as faulty as others and I can get my brain to turn out at least a little bit of butter…. oh no! I mean a little bit BETTER  than others. My voice recognition program doesn’t always hear me correctly or possibly just ignores me and thinks it has a mind of its own. Damn machine!

On the worst days I feel like I’m carrying the weight of the world on my shoulders and although I don’t want to show it to anybody else, I know what is going on in my body. And I don’t fucking like it.

And as the saying goes, I was never promised a rose garden.  I certainly never expected a truck full of terrorists trying to tip me over, trip me up, and push me down a 200 foot cliff. The very worst part of multiple sclerosis, and I’m sure for anyone with a disability, for me anyway, is not wanting to be a burden to anyone else. And so I keep a lot of my feelings inside, and try to hide my horrible symptoms the best that I can.

I put on my happy face, and I push myself a little more each day trying to get as much done as I can, and I pray for the strength to keep on going. And hallelujah, I  keep on moving forward at my own pace and in my own time. I’ve learned not to rush myself. I’ve learned to forgive myself. I’ve learned how to keep going no matter what the load that I carry or what those fucking terrorists try to do to me. They may be winning the battle but  I am winning the war.

Press the link below in order to see information about the book that I have written, Potty Mouth and a little more information about me, as the author. The book is now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Author House and other reputable booksellers. AND… you can get the book as an e-book or as a softcover. AND…I am donating a percentage of all book sales to the National MS Society because I want this nasty terrorizing disease to fall into oblivion never to be seen or heard from again. And the faster the better!


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This Is Multiple Sclerosis On TV!

Let’s just say I’m having a perfectly lovely day taking a stroll in my wheelchair. I am rolling down this amazing dirt road drinking in the fresh air and the feeling that comes from being at one with nature. Yesterday, … Continue reading

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MS SUCKS! I Am Living Proof!

I have had MS since I’ve been in my late teens and as you can tell from the picture above; taken in my doctor’s office, I don’t look a day over 80. Oh! No! Wrong picture. This was in my … Continue reading

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Yes, I Do Have MS; Yes, I Do Have Much to Share!

Multiple Sclerosis is a mean son of a bitch! And there are times when it will just come right up behind you and give you a full force shove meaning to push you right off the cliff. It has no … Continue reading

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