MS Awareness Week
Yes….it’s that time of year again. I find it hard to believe it has been a year since my last similar post. Little did I know then that I was on the verge of a relapse. Little did I know it would effect me and my family so much. I have recovered from the relapse with little evidence of it other than the stark reality that I really do have MS and it REALLY can disrupt our lives. I am so fortunate that I have made such a great recovery…..many are not as fortunate. I am so lucky that we have health insurance…many do not. I am so lucky that I have a husband who sands with me and even carries me when I need him to. I have my girls who love me and are so gentle with a sick mommy. I have parents, step-parents,sisters, grandparents, and more cousins than I can shake a stick at who support me. I have friends who have become family who support me. I am soooo lucky…but many are not.
For those who aren’t as lucky…I am going to walk in the MS Walk at Edwin Warner Park.
I have another reason for walking…..my two girls. I never want them to have to hear “you have MS.” I never want your kids to hear it. I would be quite satisfied if no person ever had to hear those words again.
Support my walk…help me beat the MonSter down!!!
4th Annual MS Awareness Week
March 2 – 8, 2009
MS Awareness Week leads into the annual Public Policy Conference in Washington D.C. The goals of this week are to acknowledge people who are a part of the movement, to invite new people to the movement and to encourage everyone to take action. The Mid South Chapter has many programs and events planned for the week. Check out the Programs and Services page for more information on these events.