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Real, Raw and Rising Anecdote 4

It's been three incredibly long months since my life "got flipped turned upside-down." (Shout-out to Fresh Prince) So I wanted to give you all an update of my progress.

As of today, I still don't have feeling in my feet and calves. But somedays I have less numbness than other days. It's not complete feeling but it's not complete numbness either. My face is numb periodically as well as my finger and sometimes my hands. But it's comes and goes pretty quickly several times a day depending on what I'm doing. I walk around with this awesome cane I named Candy. She's super embarrassing but it beats falling over in public so I guess I'll keep her around.

I had another MRI a few weeks ago which doctors compared to the original MRI, Dr. B said it was great news. I did have a few more legions than the original MRI but none of the legions were active, which he said is great news. Overall I feel ok-ish. I still don't have tons of energy but I'm not in any pain which is awesome. I spend a lot of time at home with my sweet kiddo's but every once in awhile will trek out to the library or grocery store. (Can I just say hooray for grocery pick up. It's amazing!)

Life is sometimes crazy, but amazing at the same time. I find myself being so blown away at people's thoughtfulness and their kindness.So much that i have a hard time putting my gratitude into words.I find myself say "Thank you" a lot, but it doesn't even begin to express what I feel inside.

Overall, life is still amazing. Probably in ways I never saw before MS. Just so grateful!

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