Sunday, February 06, 2011

Life Goes On.


Leonara Carrington

It is Sunday again so quickly, the weeks seem to zoom by these days; although I know that is only my perception.

That amuses me as my days are not full of activities; my days are quite similar, I wake and do my arm exercises and Richie massages my legs’

Then I take my baclofen pills and right now cream and lotion for my rash and then I answer my e-mails and I write my blog post.

Every day is pretty much like the day before, somehow they maybe the same but for me they are all different.

My world has got smaller as a result of my MS,  but because of the internet it has also become bigger too, small yet big at the same time.

My days are as good as I make them; it is all to do with my perception and my positive nature.

Glad I am so positive and want to make the best of my life.

Otherwise being so handicapped would result in a huge depression.

I can’t believe how I just get on with my life these days when all my functions are slower.

Richie has to feed me,  I can hold my beaker and just about brush my teeth.                                                      
Life goes on.



ρομπερτ said...

Please allow me to wish you all a good start into the new week.

Travelogue for the Universe said...

Robert Frost wrote that about Life-it goes on...He suffered great losses himself. Have a great week!
You have abundant blessings in spite of your challenges. Thank you for sharing them with us and showing us the way.Love, Mary

Have Myelin? said...

Hi Herrad. I kind of understand what you are saying. Life goes on but I have changed so much. Seems I have narrowed my own world because of grief. I can handle the internet but not the real world.

You though...have managed to expand yours. Kudos to you!

Herrad said...

Hi Robert,
Really good to see your comment, thanks for coming by.
Hope your start ro the week was a pleasant one.
Our day has been good

Herrad said...

Hi Mary,
Thanks for coming by and reading.
You are right I have Richie in my life and that is wonderful.

Hi Sherry,
Thanks for coming by and sharing your feelings.
Know what you mean about coping better with the internet than the world around you.
Thanks to you dear friends for coming by, seeing your comments means alot to me.