Can Do Promises
Diagnosed 12 years
Still me + MS
Do most things just take a little longer
Continue doing, just aware of limitations. Not a victim.
a mother first, wife second and a damn strong woman with ms
be a leader
stay positive, engage and delight
I have already made this promise, but I thought I would share it.
not going down without a fight,.
do anything I set my mind to.
climb Mt. Hood this summer and will spend now until then training and figuring out how.
I am 32 years old and was diagnosed 3 years ago
stronger than I believe and stand undefeated
strive for better health and live life to the fullest
make the most of my life for my daughter and be greatful for every breath I take at her side.
Diagnosed 14 months ago
continue to compete
diagnosed 3 years ago recent severe relapse,wife with 3 teenagers
an athlete, competitive runner and avid exerciser. nurse practitioner who believes in health and wellness
continue to be healthy and maintain an active lifestyle
come back from this relapse and build myself back up. i will continue to set goals for myself and meet them and help others
Acceptance is mine. Beginning is my Success. Finishing is the Goal. I own my MS Monster, it does not own me. I will wear Purple
more than my MS at age 38-8yrs prior
see beyond the challenges of my MS
Realize Life IS what is possible
Living with MS for 17 years; staying active is key! : wrote this blog a while ago : http://erasems.org/news/2012/jan/30/forcing
Truly grateful that I can be a productive member of society
Continue exercising as an MS management strategy
Climb Mt Kilimanjaro with my family in 2013
I am newly diagnosed and determined to allow MS to beat me!
live up to the challenge!
continue living the life I was meant to live.....
I' have been an MS pt. for many years. Like 28 plus years. I always wish that I could walk/ work again,but its just not reality.
I'm a nurse.
There's great days and NOT. Life goes on.
I'm still working on this one.