“WE WERE GIVEN APPETITES, NOT TO CONSUME THE WORLD AND FORGET IT, BUT TO TASTE ITS GOODNESS AND HUNGER TO MAKE IT GREAT.”
ROBERT FARRAR CAPON
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- The Monumental Job of Repairing Exterior LightsWith nearly every exterior light not working, we soon found the culprits: Wires were scattered with butt and screw-on connectors while other wires were cut without protection on the ends and therefore frayed ends splayed. Still more wires were leading to, well, unused wires. And all of this was apparently our Cortez’s norm.
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- Coronavirus and Multiple SclerosisTo say there is a virus, that decisions are made that do not make the most sense, that the world seems to be crumbling around us, and that life is hard — sure, we are all experiencing this. However, if we pause to focus on the positives, there are also parts of life that are super rewarding, incredibly beautiful and these are the parts I’m holding onto.
- So Far, So GoodI thought about much as the machine breathed beside me and my infusion medication dripped into my arm, and I realized that I’m actually living a better life than I ever have, that I’m lucky, that MS has opened my eyes.
- Finishing Off My First InfusionBoth halves of my first dose of Ocrevus, my new MS infusion medication, are finished. Here’s more about that . . .