Sunday 9.13am. While others are slowly waking up, I can barely keep my eyes open. In fact, I am sliding deeper and deeper under my duvet, with my laptop now at an awkward angle to type. Being wide awake since 1.30am – thank you so very, very much MS – has depleted my energy tank.
“So what?” I hear people say. “It’s Sunday after all.”
August 2014 has been a great month for people with neurological illnesses, as they finally saw their type of illness broadcast, and indeed, doused by ALS ice bucket challenges.
To quickly place ALS amongst other neurological illnesses, perhaps the most famous person with ALS is Stephen Hawking, a person hero of mine since my teenage years. ALS, also called MND (Motor Neurone Disease and Lou…
“When I’m good, I’m really good, but when I’m bad, I’m even better,” Mae West once said. Now I don’t know much about Mae West, but I see her as an all-out cowgirl, slinging guns left, right and centre. In that respect, Mae, girl power, and let us all be great when we’re good, and even worse when we’re bad!
While I’m sitting here, typing fine long sentences,…
New blog post… “Everyone in the Multiple Sclerosis Ireland blogging group is ecstatic, and it just makes you want to do more, write more and just achieve more. I just want to thank everyone who voted for the MSI blog in the first place, because the group bloggers are one fantastic crowd, and one I am very proud being part of.”