Covid vaccination information for MS patients

Covid vaccination information for MS patients

Happy New Year, Welcome 2021. Now what? Holidays are over and after I always feel an unsettling, like what do we look forward to now. I think it happens for me because I love the fall season. My birthday is in November so I like that whole line of October toward. I love when the season starts to change and I can break out my sweatshirts for the first time. When I first start getting cozy at night under my…

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New Year’s Day by U2

New Year’s Day by U2

As always my first blog of the year goes to U2. The band that had the majority of my life’s soundtrack. This song is off one of my truly favorite U2 album,War, that was signed by Adam Clayton and Bono. The same album was held tightly in my hands as my head leaned against Bono on the day before my birthday in 2004. https://youtu.be/f8BtB4C3Vi8 New Year’s Day All is quiet on New Year’s Day. A world in white gets underway….

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Funny Farewell to 2020

Funny Farewell to 2020

Here are 12 things to consider as we get closer to closing the door on one of the most trying years of our lifetime. The dumbest thing I ever bought was a 2020 planner. I was so bored I called Jake from State Farm just to talk to someone. He asked me what I was wearing. 2019: Stay away from negative people. 2020: Stay away from positive people. The world has turned upside down. Old folks are sneaking out of…

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How I’m saying goodbye to 2020

How I’m saying goodbye to 2020

This is one of the last blogs of 2020. Normally I do a reflective blog on the year and a revelation on the up coming year but I don’t want to do either. I don’t question what I have done nor do I doubt what I will do. A few big things happen in 2021 that are exciting. My cousin is getting married, my daughter is graduating college, and I’m turning 50. Although I wouldn’t necessarily say that last bit…

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From the desk of Jamie Starr

From the desk of Jamie Starr

My whole life every time my dad sent me something it was enclosed with a small note on his stationary From the desk of Michael…I’m not sure when I started keeping the notes but at some point I did regardless what they said. I’d put them in a draw and leave them there. I must have close to my 100 of these little notes in my bedroom draws. I kept them because I’ve always known one day I’m going to…

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An epiphany moment

An epiphany moment

Have you every had an epiphany? I was listening to a video message from Trevor Wicken, the owner/trainer of the MS gym, and I had one yesterday. I joined the gym about 5 months ago and have followed a workout program constantly since the day I started. I’ve written numerous blogs about the gym, I talk about the gym to everyone I know, I see a difference and I think the site should be used by EVERYONE who has multiple…

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Dedicated to Boomer

Dedicated to Boomer

I am dedicating today’s blog to the first dog I had the privilege of bringing into my home. Tomorrow on Christmas Day marks four years since he has passed. My Boomer was my everything and I was heartbroken when he passed. A piece of my heart is still missing. I love actually adore all my dogs but Boomer was special. I never experienced that kind of sadness until he passed. I can still get choked up about it to this…

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Amazon’s Sound of Metal

Amazon’s Sound of Metal

Have you ever watched a movie that depicted someone that had the same illness or problem as you and it was depicted almost incorrectly? Yesterday I watched the movie from Amazon called Sound of Metal. It’s about a drummer who loses his hearing and ends up in the deaf community and ultimately decides to get the cochlear implant. My daughter was born with a progressive hearing loss and at the age of three she got her first Cochlear implant and…

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Amazon’s Sound of Metal

Amazon’s Sound of Metal

Have you ever watched a movie that depicted someone that had the same illness or problem as you and it was depicted almost incorrectly? Yesterday I watched the movie from Amazon called Sound of Metal. It’s about a drummer who loses his hearing and ends up in the deaf community and ultimately decides to get the cochlear implant. My daughter was born with a progressive hearing loss and at the age of three she got her first Cochlear implant and…

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