My life with Multiple Sclerosis
You do great videos and collages. My problem is how to explain my own chronic fatigue, other than the mere fact of working nights. I know that MS fatigue is greater than that. Eventually I can go get a good sleep but I'll bet it's hard when the neurons are shriveling. Hey, I also want to thank you for organizing that cool poster about the concert. Maybe you should be a graphic artist/filmmaker as well as a writer. May the Force be with you. R.
Because I am a slug, I tagged you for a meme.
ROJOO:Oh, Rojoo...you know flattery will get you...EVERYWHERE! And yes, I do feel for your nightshift schedule...I would most likely have to look for an evening job flipping burgers at the local fast food joint if "they" insisted I work nights.I'll definitely see you Sunday if not at work before then...LD
MDMHVONPA:He lives, he breathes, he "meme's" me? What's a "meme", other than a toddler's name for a grandma??? LOLGlad to see you're back at the screen...LD
I just LOVE that video! I showed it to my husband and he finally GOT IT!! Thankyou!I had to create another account as the old one I created the other day wouldn't agree that I was me. :)Hope you're better now that your extra work load is over!
PEEJ:Friggin' Google anyway...LOLGlad Joe "finally got it"...of course, I think if you'd have delivered the message with a frying pan over his head, he would have "gotten it" much sooner! LD
I love that video! I'll have to make sure my husband sees it. I'll tell him how tired I am and he'll say that he's tired too. I can't seem to get him to see that it's not the same.
MISS CHRIS:I say tie some heavy-duty rubber bands around his legs attached to 100 pound weights, wrap him in saran wrap, and tell him to go to work...he'll get the picture all right...or he'll die trying! LOLLD
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