Can Do Promises
Living with MS 16 years in September
I AM always looking on the bright side even if I have to invent one.
I CAN continue to fight for my ability to move every day.
I WILL be grateful for each day and make a daily choice to prioritize my physical and spiritual health.
I AM always learning and am inspired by the world around me.
I CAN accomplish anything I set my mind to.
I WILL live every moment and experience as much as I can in this life.
I was a caregiver to friends with MS and I have met Jimmie Heuga. He was the true example of can do - xox
I AM willing to help a friend when they need it.
I CAN continue to respect people that have MS and how they smile and make each day the best.
I WILL us Jimmie Heuga's can do promise, even though I don't have MS. It will get me through the day.
I AM a productive member of society that is physically challenged.
I CAN contribute in so many other ways.
I WILL stay active as I can.
Positive attitude goes a long way
I AM positive. I have MS, but MS does not have me.
I CAN climb a mountain and enjoy the little thing in life.
I WILL appreciate everything life has to offer just a little bit more.
I love my life.
I AM wonderful.
I CAN be now.
I WILL experience now.
I AM a challenge woman.
I CAN help bring a CAN DO Program to Wisconsin.
I WILL do all I can to help others with MS.
I've had MS 28 years and gone through the "MS is me" period. I've learned much greater empathy for others.
I AM a minister to the elderly and severely handicapped.
I CAN get out to support others and in that way develop greater fulfilling ways of supporting myself.
I WILL triumph over MS by seeking help when needed and not allowing negative thinking.
Attended CAN DO Program October 2010
I AM too strong to let MS run my life.
I CAN learn new and better ways to adapt to this uninvited 'guest.'
I WILL do my best to raise awareness of MS.
John M. F
MS patient for 23 years
I AM as good as a husband as I can be.
I CAN blessed to have the support system that I do wife and immediate family.
I WILL never forget what I earned at my four Can Do MS programs, which I attended.