This is my favourite pose. Stretched out, in an apparent hug with what could be the floor or a bed. But, do not be confused, for I am not that hung up about yoga. I wasn’t on that day, anyway. No, this rather resembles my all-time, never-changing, loudly-snoring daytime nap, and I just happen to find […]Read More
No matter when you were diagnosed, there might be moments when you feel like screaming at the top of your lungs when symptoms take a little too long to disappear, or because people are just getting on your nerves.
Or, you hope that someone will hear your silence, listen for unspoken, forgotten words while others are deliberately left unsaid.
In my case, there are times where I pray that some will understand how deafening my silence needs to be right now.Read More
I agree it has been fairly quiet here. A lot has happened the past few months which required the usual RRS, the almighty Rest, Relaxation, and Sleep. New things are still taking shape, so do hang around or drop me an email. 💋💋💋 Pucker up in the meantime in February! Go RED to KISS GOODBYE […]Read More
The latest news on MS research, clinical trials, treatments, mental health, diet, exercise, lifestyle as well as business news and videos.Read More
“So yes, we all have a bit of that sh*t-life-syndrome every so often. Sadly, we cannot unlearn our illness or symptoms like we can unlearn unwanted behaviours. What a drastic symptom like this does teach us, though, is how we can best create a workaround that should lessen its impact on us.”Read More
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“Walking on a staircase can be a bit of an E=mc2 moment in my life, meaning I can’t remember what those things at the end of my legs are for. They look cute in my tall Dr Martens boots, but every so often, I do wonder about them. Do I lift, drop or kick them sideways or not, or are they for decorative reasons only?”Read More