Update! Update! Update!

It’s been awhile since I’ve left any kind of update or anything. I’ve been extremely busy and now that it’s the holidays…it hasn’t gotten any better. I figured I’d update everyone because I have the house to myself, afternoon to myself (and a glass of wine) and what the heck, it’s been awhile!

For starters, I hope everyone is feeling happy, healthy as can be and well, happy!  I look forward to catching up on your blogs!

Secondly, while I was away, I bought my first house. Something I’m extremely proud of and it was the right push into my 30s, I do believe. My sister and I are sharing the house together and her dog and my cat pretty much run the place! We’re out numbered!

Thirdly, I have been working crazy hours. Studying for my Masters and life has caught up to me. The MS isn’t coping with all of the working, but I’m trying to figure out a more relaxed schedule. Hopefully, something changes!

 

Happy Holidays!

The World of Me…

I haven’t updated this in awhile because the heat has had me down and out. Of course, my migraines are back in full force. It seems like there is no relief for me in the migraine situation. Well, my neuro did suggest Botox injections. It sounds silly to get Botox for a migraine. I’m sorry, it does. I’ll hope that something helps soon. These crippling migraines are a little too much right now.

I’m in the middle of my employment situation. My previous job I left a week ago, well, they were well informed that I had MS. They said they were cool with it. Anyway, they could help me, they would. Of course, I’m going to point out when I think it’s a tad bit warmer than it should be in the building. I can’t control my body temperature. They knew this. As an assistant manager quit the week before, I walk into work and it is blazing. Someone has the thermostat way high. I felt sick. I felt dizzy. I couldn’t handle it. I simply thought I was going to die. When I asked for the heat to be turned down, no one ever touched it. I suffered for almost three hours before the other person I was working with noticed I was sluggish and turned the AC on. Needless to say, I quit two days later. Right now, I’m enjoying some down time. Kinda. The migraines.

Today, we finally laid my uncle to rest. His ashes to rest. I still feel empty about this. 5 months later, I don’t know how to … feel. Empty seems appropriate. 13310633_10153129529159364_4889025942678562647_n13339483_10153129529094364_5536415203061480594_n (1)13335555_10153129528984364_324781674203741895_n13315273_10153129529269364_3328635463381753577_n

After this…I came home to find out a friend I met while volunteering at The Salvation Army passed away from his heart condition today. He was 23. Due to get married in 2 weeks and was going to be put on the heart transplant list in 17 days.

It is another reminder that life is short.

Cherish everything.

Tomorrow isn’t promised.

Days Off

I enjoy working while having the diagnosis I have.

I do not take advantage of the opportunity I have because I’m aware that there are others who suffer from RRMS who are not able to remain employed. I also know these are the same people who would give anything to be able to support themselves and their families and MS renders them unable to.

With that being said,

I was blessed to have three days off this week and my body thanks me for it. I thought I was about to die. Literally and figuratively.  Also. Today is a beautiful day. Enjoy it.