I believe things in life happen for a reason. It doesn’t always seem fair and we may not understand why at the time but I truly believe there is a reason. This is what carries me through life. When things are difficult I look for the answers why? NOT WHY ME? Rather what is it I am intended to learn from this? Was it to make me a stronger person? Was it to give me understanding to help others? And what should I and can I do to reach out to others? The answer is yes to all of the above.
I’m at a place in life I feel I need to share my story. Raise awareness, offer hope, and of course laughter. I promise not to be too serious. (not possible any way I’m a silly girl)
October 28th 2010 is a day I will never forget! It is the day was admitted to the hospital with what was first thought to be a TIA. You can read more in my first post about how it all began The Day My Life Changed. I remember it as if it were yesterday. The doctors came in and told me we are almost certain it’s MS. My daughter ran out of the room. I couldn’t go after her as I was still unable to walk. That hurt more than hearing it was MS. I wanted to go tell my baby everything would still be ok! The words MS honestly didn’t phase me. I know I am a fighter and I would find my way. Even though it is true it has changed my life in so many ways and I am still learning and finding my way. The most important things in life love and laughter remain the same.