MS and RA patient advocate, Lisa Emrich, shares news and information about living with multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.
Holy shizzle dude. I was all proud when I broke the 100 mark. Can I be you when I grow up plz? Kthnx.
Also...your time stamp: are you on the West Coast? It is almost 3AM here on the East.
WOOT! a big congratulations to you! that is wonderful. you are ultimately helping lots of folk who need it. hope you are feeling okay. this is my first day off the steroids and i feel dizzy already.
Xenu, Ur awesome as u r. But thnx 4 teh kudos.btw, I'm on the East coast like you. Don't know about the time stamp, your comment shows a time at almost 3am to me. What were you doing up, miss night owl?Meme, I've been off the prednisone for a week now. Feeling normal now, but still numb on multi-limbs.I've noticed that the people on both THCN sites really like you. You are certainly helping tons of folks. ( ;-p)
Congrats. I'm with Xenu. I was stoked when I hit 100. Now I have almost 2,000 and I feel big (lol). Anyway, I'm not surprised, your blog rocks!
Woah Denver...2,000? So cool. I hope someday I hit that mark. :)
Lisa,I typically am up until between 2 and 5 AM. But I don't wake up until 12 or 1 PM, so...Starting during the semester my bedtime will get a bit earlier...like 2-3AM to wake up for 10-11AM. But generally speaking I am a night owl. May I ask what state you are in?(If you're concerned about privacy, you can always e-mail me. I am mad curious...)-X.
Xenu,I'm laughing, cause..... I pre-set this to post at just after midnight to register as Sunday. But I was no where near awake at 3:00AM.I'm in Northern Virginia, just inside the DC Beltway. It's no big secret, in fact it's right there in my 'complete profile.'So you can cease being 'mad'.... curious that is. You've only just started your new blogsite. Don't fret - the visitors will come.
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Well, it was supposed to be a smiley face made out of exclamation points. Try to imagine it.Go you!!!
At my job we had to track our "stats" (# of calls handled) and I just HAD to get 100/day---now in retirement I find myself checking my "stats" and that bugs me. I think I get it from playing cards so much. Taking tricks. But I hate that I care so much. YET I am thrilled for you as your blg deserves reading. Anyone with MS can learn MUCH from you. Mucho Congrats!
Maybe someday we will meet in person, since we are both on the East Coast. It is 1:30AM and I am thinking of you; we barely know each other but you have been a very good friend to me, Lisa. Thank you for that. XO