Time goes slowly…

"Time goes slowly, but carries on And now the best years have come and gone" - The Guess Who I saw The Guess Who perform live once. Long (long!) time ago. Won tickets to the concert at CNE Stadium in Toronto. The prize included meeting them and having dinner with them, and a mass of…

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Five years of non-stop headaches

It's been five years without any real change to my main MS symptom -- a non-stop headache. Five years ago I developed a headache. Over about three weeks it moved from intermittent to constant -- I'm talking 24/7 with no relief. On a scale of one to ten, the pain moved from a three to…

Why I Write About MS

Every once in a while someone will ask me, "Why do you write about MS? If you had cancer or liver disease or were recovering from a heart attack would you write about that?" The answer is simple: Absolutely I would. The people who ask me are not writers. If you are not a writer…

Something starts with nothing

Something starts with nothing... I was bored this morning. All tableted out and didn't feel like turning on my computer. So I turned on the TV. A woman was being interviewed about the positive side of boredom. Said it could be the beginning of creativity, but most people were too scared to be bored and…

Why I hate my MS

Before I tell you why I hate my MS, let me tell you why this blog post is titled Why I hate my MS, not Why I hate MS. First off, I hate MS. I mean what is to like about such a frustrating, bizarre, and too often debilitating disease. However, I hate my MS because…

Free PDF of MS book

I am giving away free PDFs of Everything You Need To Know About Multiple Sclerosis: For MS Warriors, Their Family, Friends and Care Givers. To get your copy email msandmebook@gmail.com. You will receive the free PDF; you will not receive any spam or follow up emails. Promise! (I delete your email after replying.) I am…

What Is MS: disease or disability?

Excerpts from Chapter 1 of Everything You Need To Know About Multiple Sclerosis People have asked me: Is Multiple Sclerosis (MS) a disease or disability? The answer to that question is both simple and complex. MS is a disease that can be exhausting and debilitating. In other words, MS can lead to disabilities. It can…