A Real Man

I am a Daddy’s Girl. I have no shame in admitting that. I’m not spoiled. I’m not one of those girls that does no wrong in their Dad’s eyes and got everything they wanted. I just adore my dad. My dad is the dad every little girl dreams of. I followed my dad every where … More A Real Man

The Day Dreamer

Although I write mostly about MS it is not all there is to me. I thought it might be fun to do a post more about me as a person. As a little girl I was very shy. Very is an understatement! I was so shy I hid behind my mother when we were out … More The Day Dreamer

Wise Words

This has been on my mind often this last year. It’s always there and I have thought about it many times through my life but more this year than past years. I’m not sure why. Maybe because this year has been full of changes physically. I know a lot of kids, teens especially go through … More Wise Words

Dear Santa

I never have a Christmas wish list. There’s not really anything I want. I already have everything. All of the meaningful things in life. Two beautiful kids, a loving man, and the best sister. Parents that love me, friends, and a roof over my head. That’s all I need. Gifts have never been on my … More Dear Santa

The Tonto Test

When you have a chronic illness I guess there are times you want to believe you can still do what you used to. Even though you know the truth. Every day is met with some struggles and reminders that things aren’t what they used to be. Opening bottles, removing foil seals, (although needed ¬†one of … More The Tonto Test

Thankful

I’m not writing about my journey with MS today. Instead I am writing what is on my mind and probably on many of yours as well. It is that time of year again when we think about the events of the past year and what we have to be thankful for. I think about this … More Thankful