She acknowledged the fact that i can be angry at it, angry at the fact that i have it but at the same time i should remember that we really have nothing (not too much) to complain about. it’s true – i really don’t.
- Am I grateful for MS? hell no! I’ve heard stories of people who are glad that they have it because it made them pause, take stock of their lives, if u will and they are grateful for that. Am i one of those? No sirree Bob!
- Do i wish that i didn’t have it? But of course! the pills, the monthly infusions, falling all over the place, being worried about falling all over the place, the uncertainty and i can go on…
- Is it the absolute worst thing that has happened to me? that is still out for discussion
- is my case the worst? NO!
- is my case really bad? No – it’s bad (in my book) but it’s not really bad
- Should i be thankful for what i have to deal with? Yes
so…was i angry last week Saturday? not at all. is it okay to cuss the MS? yes…but not all the time or too too often; karma is in fact a bitch! Saturday was just another ordinary day in the life of Stacey with MS; I was just telling my tale. I was just going back to the title of the blog: