As you may know, my daughter was diagnosed with MS last summer. She's currently doing well, but has to give herself daily injections to keep relapses at bay. Since her diagnosis, I have found out at least three of my cousins are also affected. That's the thing with MS - its not always visible, and when you see someone walking with canes, crutches or in a wheelchair, MS isn't always what comes to mind. More invisible are the cognitive problems, the "MS fog" as my quilter friend Janet calls it. Cognitive issues are her particular MS symptom. My daughter woke up one morning unable to see out of one eye. It took several days of IV steroids then a few weeks for it to clear up, but her vision is slightly worse in that eye than it was before.
Anywho... I'm participating in Walk MS, and would appreciate your sponsorship if you can spare a small amount to support MS research. You can do it all online, safe & secure.