Monthly Archives: June 2011

Clam Shucking for friends

No one can be EVERYONE to their loved ones. This is why we have friends and other family members. Richness comes from the world and our relationships in it. We are all given the gift of others. We just have … Continue reading

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Fighting for Normal?

It’s interesting. I never considered myself “normal” through the years. It was almost a badge of courage for me not to consider myself “normal.” Even as a little girl, I went against the grain. Through high school and college, I … Continue reading

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Sharing Love Hurts

A dear friend told me about being sad because of a close friend with brain cancer. My friend is very loving and caring and therefore she hurts. She is vulnerable. She offers herself in love and friendship and is therefore … Continue reading

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Rotating Normal

I was thinking today. “Normal” depends on the person. As I sat in my wheelchair scooter, I watched a boy and his mother run by me. This isĀ  their “normal.” They are used to it. If they had to function … Continue reading

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The Great Equilizer

The rich have more money. You can buy more with more money. No matter what you can not buy more time. Time is the same for everybody. 10 years is 10 years for everyone. Money can not buy more or … Continue reading

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Smiles for all

I see the word prosthetic leg is getting a lot of searches on the internet to get to one of my posts. It’s interesting. Differences tend to concern some people. Differences tend to help others thrive. I’ve had MS for … Continue reading

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Perspective

Someone told me about their sister with MS. They told me she can no longer walk at all. They told me she can not think straight any longer. They basically told me to enjoy what abilities I have now because … Continue reading

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