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My New Normals

Living With Multiple Sclerosis

POV

I leave there feeling grateful to be who I am, like I am, because things can truly be worse, with this progressive disease things can really get worse, MAYBE. I have to live with this huge maybe. I’ve said before, it’s my cross to bear.

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Fade to Black

People were in line an hour early at the Barnes and Noble on the West Bank of New Orleans awaiting the arrival of Spike Lee who was signing copies of his documentary, “If God is Willing and Da Creek Don’t […]

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Curtain Call

opening night

Independence is just out of my reach, but it’s the one thing I foresee granting me control, which in my world is symbolized by driving. It equals autonomy and self-sufficiency. As you may guess or remember from earlier posts, my […]

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Lexapro

I can run (figure of speech) to the drugstore and refill my medication (anti-depression) as I’ve been out for two days! Listen people, I hate to sound like a drug pusher, but for me, that stuff really works.

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