Multiple Sclerosis: Two Years Later

Multiple Sclerosis: Two Years Later

Two years ago today I woke up with a numb hand and a limp.  That morning began a scary, intense and empowering journey. With my diagnosis life has changed and is not as simple as it once was.

With that said, I strongly believe there is a reason I was given this chronic disease.  All summer I’ve poured my heart into working hard on a project to create awareness, information and community for those affected by MS. I cannot wait to reveal the finished product very soon.

In honor of my two-year anniversary, I thought it would be interesting and educational to share some of my MS posts with you.

How I ended up in this hospital bed

 Mama, are you going to die?

Beginning Gilenya.

To my love on Valentine’s Day

The MS Monster is back

Mom Brain vs. MS Brain

MS and cold weather don’t mix

Moms with MS open up about the invisible disease

Interview with Marlo Donato Love, Author of Awkward Bitch

One year ago I was diagnosed with MS

MS and MRI’s: When does it become normal? 

MS and MRI’s: The Results

We walked for MS 

Moving forward.

Moving forward.

I’m beginning year three on a high note by doing my best to eat clean, exercise, be kind and breathe.  That plus a cocktail of meds are helping me to feel excited about the future.

If you have MS and are interested in being a part of my new multiple sclerosis related project, please comment below and I will get in touch with you.

This community we have here is special, and today I celebrate you.  Your feedback, likes, and support keep me moving forward.

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