Never looking back

Life has changed but I am only looking towards my future. When I was diagnosed in 2004 at the age of 27 I was working full time had two young boys and was really active.

Life was getting crazy

I fought to keep going but in 2014 I realized that life was getting too crazy and my MS wasn't agreeing with my mindset. It was time to go on disability; stop stressing about working full time! Being a stay at home mom & housewife was more important!

Finding joy in life

Priorities have changed and I am much happier. Don't get me wrong, I miss who I was but I look forward to being a Grandmother and enjoying my life! My husband of 25 yrs has been my rock and support system. I feel blessed and loved by my family. I am very fortunate! I am still active but rest more often and choose what I want to do everyday with no added stress or worry.

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