Monday, May 9, 2011

Welcome new blogs to the MS blogging community

Maybe MS Truth - Toots
Often a wilted flower, MS is a thin description of who I am. I have MS, I try not to suffer with it. I sometimes do mad things, partly because of it. I think I remember who I was before I knew I have MS. I am learning to process who I am now - WELCOME to the journey of discovery.

A day in my fight again MS - Karen
I was diagnosed with ms in 1992 when I was 23 years old. The ms has been fairly quiet for the past 18 years. I am currently enduring the most severe flare-up yet. I have spent a lot of time over the past few months reading blogs about other peoples bravery in dealing with ms. The purpose of this blog is to help me feel like I'm not in this alone, for no one really understands what we are going through like someone else with ms does.

1st Multiple Sclerosis Station - RaeReflections

MS Krispies - Jen
I was diagnosised with M.S. in January of 2008 & have had Asthma since I was 4. I am very determined to see what a change in food, exercising and quiting smoking does for my M.S. There are so many what if's with M.S. so, I thought what if I gained optimal health what if it helps my M.S. Why should I sit around waiting for the day when I wake up and can't move. All I have is right now! Thanks to the support of my loving family here I go....

runwithms -
Running has been my passion since college. I never competed until almost 20 years later. To me running to win was never the goal, running to run was more what I am into. When I was diagnosed with relapsing/remitting ms my first thoughts were how is that going to change my life. I am determined to answer that "not much."
(I recommend that you subscribe to the RSS feed because going to the blog does not take you directly to the home page.)

Parenting with MS - Tauna Bowman
I am not a therapist but I am a 48 year old ordained minister, married to Kirk for 17 years, I am the mother to five wonderful children...

swisslet - 52% intelligent. 9% modest. More monkey than bear.

Multiple Miss - A voice for the invisible, but no longer silent, disease

Living with MS -


  1. Thank you so much for listing my blog here.

  2. Wheee! I get to go on a treasure hunt. Thanks.

  3. Toots, you're very welcome. Thanks for letting me know about your blog.

    Judy, I hope that you have fun and find some treasures. :)