Going serial!

So, let’s spice things up a bit in 2015! From now on, I will ask you once a month which subjects you would love to see me write about. Depending on what and how much you propose, I can write one, two or perhaps more articles each month! As long as it’s in regards to life with MS… the choice is yours!

To get the ball rolling, and to give you an idea of what I feel like writing, a poll will go live every month to which you can add your own ideas.

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2 Comments

  1. If you haven’t got a penny, a ha’penny will do, and if you haven’t got a ha’penny, then God bless you! i also retired before I’d planned, due to benign rrms. I was not happy about ‘early’ (two years’ short of maximum pension benefits) retirement. Here in Massachusetts, USA, one had to have thirty-TWO years of completed service for a state pension, i was a teacher, experiencing fatigue, imbalance, and worst of all, cog-fog. I could not learn new things ..,. such as my students’ names and schedules. And so I retired as suggested to those closest to me. Four years late, we’re nearly out of the woods financially and have adjusted to a partial pension lifestyle. We can’t join our extended family on vacations as we pay bills routinely on time. We’re said to be respected for that, and yet we are suspected of being stand-offish when it comes to dinners out, trips, etc. Such a misconception of the realities of our finances. But our home soon will be paid for after many years of payments. And we will live quietly here at home, with our small wooden toy, gift and quilt shop in our barn next door.

    I write, also, but have moved from non-fiction expository prose and poetry to a new series that reflects who we are … the first in the ‘mystery’ series is titled The Quilter’s Quarters, and depicts characters that resemble my husband and I fifteen years hence, living in and trying to understand this new millennium. it’s on Amazon, and the second in the series will be published within a few months. MS ended one career. It will not interfere with our shop and my writing.

    Wishing you well, Billie. Thanks for inviting me to your page and your story.

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  2. Raymond says:

    Hello Billie.
    Nice blog I see, with great awards, well done! Would you be prepared and willing to engage with an alternative way of dealing with MS ? Something proven and tested, just not here in Ireland. Regards and best wishes. Raymond, Dublin

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