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Good Sunday Morning family. Today is a very good day, hot, but the skies are clear, except for the dust. The dust happens every year around this time so it is to be expected. I will lay on my back and watch the Order series on Netflix. Magic is always fun to watch. Today like most days will be quiet and uneventful. Life is like that and I accept it. I accept a lot of things, I accept that I have a chronic progressive medical condition and SO SHOULD "YOU". It is not a curse or any such thing, it just is, and "YOU" and I should accept that. Cry when "YOU" need to but accept it.

We can NOT make it go away ever.

Royce (YOUR ms writer)

enjoy your life and live it to your fullest

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I begrudgingly accept it, and still live my life as I want to, Royce. Keep Smiling :-D

I accept it I think it haws given me a purpose

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carolek572CommunityAmbassador in reply to RoyceNewton

A purpose, not 'the' purpose, Royce

Don't let it define you because you are so much more!

That's what I tell myself :-D

I wonder that, I do not mind by being defined by my illness, I needed something in my life to define me.

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carolek572CommunityAmbassador in reply to RoyceNewton

And you're a Coyote fan! I won't hold that against you? :-D

Very funny, we are in the modified play offs I am told, are you?

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carolek572CommunityAmbassador in reply to RoyceNewton

Absolutely! I believe that they were awarded the President's Trophy, and have gotten a 'by' for the first round. I was pleased to see the the Coyotes are in the playoffs, playing in the first round against the Av's. Remember my prediction when the season began? See your team in the Stanley Cup Finals! :-D

It took me way longer than it should have to accept it. I fought it tooth and nail, as is my nature. I kept thinking any moment there would be a cure. Then I finally got on with it. That does not mean I have given up, just that my dreams have changed. I tell people that I still have too many great books to read and wonderful ice cream cones to eat! Life is short, so we should treat each day like it could be our last. When I go to bed each night, I take a few minutes to review my day and think of what I could have done better for others and myself. It is a useful exercise. Been doing it for 20+ years.

Thank you, Royce, for the post. Much MS love, Kelly

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RoyceNewton in reply to Amore55

Ice cream cones to eat, that is a very good way to loook at things. You are no0t over until that last cone iws eaten, one day in the future.

I think i have finally accepted it after 6 years. I have learned my new limitations r not as bad as i thot. I already had short people problems. I learned how to climb like a monkey to get to the high shelves. Now i use ladders. Very carefully .... 😁

excellent,6 years that was prtty fast well done


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