I am definately alot more than my MS
I can move forward and manage this desease
I will not let my MS define who I am or define my life.
I am retired law enforcement and still working.
I am not my MS. MS doesn't define me as a person nor control my life. I can do and I will.
I can do almost anything I set my mind to with some adjustments. I don't use the word "Can't" because it is a habit.
I will succeed in whatever I attempt without doubts.
Lived in Los Angeles for 13 years as a talent manager until my symptoms got to a point where I moved back home to NY
I am SO much more than my MS
I surprise people all the time with my positive attitude
I realize that there is hope, and am nervous, and looking forward to the stem cell study I'll be doing soon.
I was diagnosed with MS in 2009.
I AM not going to fear my future.
I CAN make others smile.
I WILL live each moment to its fullest.
I am afraid of MS. I have a spinal cord injury, a traumatic brain injury, Sojogren's Syndrome, cerebellar ataxia, and MS.
I am stronger than MS even when I feel the weaker.
I can be a compassionate activist for people with MS & other medical conditions.
I will learn to empower myself with knowledge to combat my fear.
living with MS time to share my experience in the hope of helping others
I am thankful for everyday I am on my feet
I will challenge myself everyday
I will stay on top of my MS and help others do the same
MS is in my family
a resourceful person
do anything because my WILL is unstoppable
continue with me new adventure of getting people back on trails with limited mobility using a Trailrider
I can do ALL things through Christ Jesus!
a survivor and inspiration to others
see an END to MS in my lifetime!
continue the race set before me....
John M. Francis
June 21, 1987
I AM at peace with the fact that I am a MS patient.
I CAN help to spread the word about Can Do....
I WILL always know Can Do...as The Jimmie Heuga Center....
make a difference