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.
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No… no… put that wild thought out of your mind. You, my dear, are thinking of something else altogether. There are no sexy half-clad people involved. No Massive Attack or something more contemporary playing in the background. No soft light that shows your funny left side in a better light.
In fact, what I would like you to focus on, is the place of my dreams.
A library. A museum. A near-empty supermarket.
Dublin Zoo at 9.30am. The Irish countryside. An empty park.
All this, and then just a little bit more. Continue reading
This post features a long, infochart, which you can find when you click → Continue reading
Building further upon my previous post, “What we refuse to discuss,” let’s open the “Surprise!” book of MS. Before you read any further though, I do want to stress despite 50+ symptoms associated with MS, that I do not have below symptoms all at once, or on the same day. Some are more present than others, or less or more intense. Some happen once a week, others perhaps more.
You probably know by now that my main symptoms are still severe fatigue and intense facial pain called trigeminal neuralgia, so what you will read below is more or less just a slight blip on the radar when compared to TN. Continue reading