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Hi everyone! Welcome to my blog where I desire to bring awareness to the MS disease through my transparent everyday journey. By sharing a piece of my life, I wish to promote change and inspire those who read. Please enjoy and share these stories with someone who could use a word of encouragement.

         "I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength"  - Philippians 4:13

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Decisions , Decisions, Decisions.



Decisions , Decisions, Decisions, use to be so simple for me. Processing an outcome and the best way to handle a situation. I was looking forward to visiting my best friend Shelly in Charlotte. We always had loads of fun, genuinely enjoy each other's company. Fun, fun, fun, when we get together

we are family, Shelly is my sister. I tried to explain I don't quite process things the same, it can feel overwhelming , but I keep flowing.


She has to work tomorrow so we are barbecuing today, and she requested I make Spanish rice. So we're off to the supermarket to get the fresh ingredients for sofrito, it's about to go down , I'm using garlic cloves, onions, pepper, cilantro and olive oil, I got this.


Lee get want you want for breakfast? Okay I want pancakes, should I get a small box or the bigger one? Shelly said, get what you want and I said I want to get something that will be eaten and not go to waste. Shelly should I get a big box or small one? Lee get what you want. Can you help me please? Lee your making it difficult and I walk away pushing the cart because I just want her to make the decision.


Shelly then grabs the big box. It’s sounds simple right...for someone with MS, if we ask for help, please just help. Also, let’s explain to friends and family things are just a little different with you...be transparent it helps them to understand.

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