8:59 P.M PST
With Ms you never really know what tomorrow is going to bring, which I guess is true with life as well, and so you learn to cherish life, I know I have. I may be young but Mom says I know more about how fragile lif is than someone three times my age, but I think knowing to cherish life is a good thing, and having faith certainly helps me through this. I decided early on that sitting around feeling sorry for myself because I have this is not going to be worth it, I am just going to live my life, tell my story, and take life as it comes.
I am so blessed despite having Multiple Sclerosis, I know people who hear Multiple Sclersois, and automatically take it as being the end of the world, but I am a firm believer in the fact that he good Lord does not give you more than he can help you with, and that even in sickness he can teach us lessons.
I am doing well emotionally and spirutally but this condition is taking a toll on me physically I used to be able to make it around with just a cane, but the doctor told me today I needed to start using crutches, and she order me a scooter for longer distances, I am not going to be sad about this though, instead I am going to thank God that there is the technology to help me to remain independent, and it will certainly make getting around the campus easier for me.
Well I better study for my theology test so I am going to end this here,
In Christs Love