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Hi, I’m Kim! This site provides a little insight to my journey of being diagnosised with Remitting Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis on October 26th 2004. I review books and documentaries, post MS-related news, and share my photos.

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Saturday, October 27, 2007
Happy 3 years to me!
Well, well... yesterday marks 3 years since I was officially diagnosed with MS. Brings about a lot of interesting thoughts thinking about the last 3 years. You too right Dave?

I survived what Larry the Lesion decided to bring me. Good on me. I can't say that I believed I could when I was sitting in my house with double vision. now if only I could have my legs back from all this tingling I'll be a happier gal :)

I remember when my doctor talked to me about going on a clinical trial and I was adamant that I wouldn't be a guinea pig to anyone figuring out a new drug. Hmm... thats clearly changed! And I just have to say that I'm loving being on the trial. It's kinda like being in a private clinic with the amount of dedicated care and monitoring of my health. I like knowing that I'm in good hands.

Before I was diagnosed, I knew something was wrong with me. I just didn't know what. Being diagnosed gave me the knowledge I needed to step up and do what I needed to do to get healthier. And for that I'm grateful. I may not know what my path with my MS is, but I can only hope the changes I've made will help my body heal the 20 lesions in my brain and help to hold off any next phase the disease can go.

And now, the leaves outside are calling my name to get them into bags! This time of year is so mean... the lawn mower goes away and now the damn leaves cover the lawn! Tsk.