Canceled plans…again

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About the Author
About the Author
Penelope Conway

Penelope Conway
Penelope started Positive Living with MS as a way to help others with MS stay positive in the midst of a terrible disease. She believes that staying positive and holding onto hope is the key to waking up each morning with the strength to get through the day. Multiple Sclerosis may never go away, but neither will her determination and her drive to help others through the journey.

9 replies
  1. Rodger Ashton-Smith
    Rodger Ashton-Smith says:

    Nice thoughts Penelope I read it before coming here and it’s like a familiar story. I have been going trough Hell the last few days with a flu like cough that has kept me from sleep over the time and until today coughing every minute of the time. I have just started an antibiotic that seems to being working. My muscle tone has deteriorated and making simple movements aching pain. It’s the first time I’ve had this much problems so I blame it on MS. My doctor thinks that way too which is pleasantly to see.
    But through all this I am still alive and head still working (somewhat).

  2. Kathleen Sweatland says:

    I feel lonely at times too, esp. since I’ve been in a wheel chair, I just can’t go and do things I want do anymore. I have a very loving, caring husband and family, so I am Blessed. I also enjoy F.B. and Penelopes Positive Living with MS.

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