My Photos

Being an adult is like looking both ways before you cross the street and then getting hit by an airplane.

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  1. You have a talent for seeing beauty in the smallest of things. This makes me more aware of it in my daily life. I get so rushed with teenagers, work and everything else that I forget to slow down and see thing that I’m looking at. I have a tendency to just scan everything. I just happened to stumble across your blog and I’ve been reading through it. It must be tough and healing at the same time to be so honest about your body. The photos are beautiful. Thank you

    • Thank you for your kind words I love taking photos and finding pretty in the not so pretty, or in the ordinary. Learning photography at a young age is something I’m grateful for. I was taught to see things differently… not taking for granted the details, the typically unseen, the shadows… it’s always been a neat way to see the world.

      Writing and photography are the easiest ways for me to deal with MS. My outlets. If I didn’t have the means to write about what’s happening to me, I think I’d go nuts. As for the openess, I figured one of the best reasons to do this thing was to provide an honest look at what MS is and how it impacts me & my life. Maybe it will help someone else out there. I know when I was doing research in the early days, I found so much hogwash…”I have MS but MS doesn’t have me”… that type stuff. It most certainly does have me!

      Anyhow… thanks so much for stopping by!!

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