Recharging and shit😜

So today started with much of the same. Waking with the hubby and I tending our crazy pups. If I can say anything, the pups give me a reason to get motivated these days.

Fatigue for us MSer’s is mind numbing and can make us just want to lay in bed. People tend to think it’s not a real thing because we “look so good”. Just an FYI I put a lot into this “looking good shit”. So my pups give me constant companionship and force me to get up.

I remember this time last year I was able to maintain a full time job, entertain the hubby, tend my home and my pups. Now things are very different.

Having two busy days this week whipped my ass. Where I used to be able to run here, there and everywhere, clean, cook and bust a move. I now find myself having to recharge my batteries after a handful of dr visits.

Where I used to be able to booty dance like no-ones business (my son taught me all the newest dances) I find myself stiff and having to really think to make my body move. I still get around ok, but there’s a lot of thought that goes into every step.

It’s ok though because I’m still a fucking rockstar in my head. I suppose it’s ok though if MS didn’t catch up to me age would have. So yeah this weekend was a wash but I’m sure tomorrow I’ll be full of piss and vinegar like I usually am. Look out world. I’m still an asshole, just currently a tired one.

Looking forward to an uneventful week. Next week Crazy Daisy will be out of her cast. I’m sure she’ll be raising hell again (just like me) I can’t wait!!! Hopefully she calms down and turns out to be the gem of a service dog I think she can.

So with that I end this entry with hoping you all have an awesome week. Appreciate everything in your day because it could change at any moment. Let’s keep it positive folks. Positive things happen to positive people and all that jazz😉

Author: mswithmsalex

A funny gals take on the ups and downs of dealing with MS. The stuff people don't like to talk about. The hilarious situations I've found myself in. I hope this brings laughter to a disease that isn't very humorous

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