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It's hard to stay up when MS is pulling you down. Whether it's pulling you down due to lack of energy including that terrible MS fatigue or because you haven't come out of an exacerbation speedily yet. Lets be honest you can be upbeat and positive for only so long and then it's gets to be difficult. And your veneer is coming off and you know you're not any fun to be around.
I find that at this time I gravitate to a little more spiritual reading and my poetry books are open again as well as trying to take time to just be quiet and meditate. It does help. What also helps is trying to look extra nice every day adding favorite jewelry or scarfs to my wardrobe which I coordinated nicely with color. Of course I'm not going anywhere. I'm just trying to look nice for myself and maybe my husband too.
This morning when I woke up it had snowed and covered the very tall old evergreen trees around our area. The snow was wet and it was just clinging and dripping from the big branches. After a snowless dark winter it quite took my breath away. And as the local kids were going to school they were joyfully scooping up the wet snow and rolling them into big balls.
Then I went on to my computer and looked through my messages and found the MSIF mailer. They had a new edition on fatigue which was both interesting and depressing. But the next article was very uplifting. The MSIF World MS Day film "Beautiful Day" won second prize in the Social Spot award in Germany. If you haven't seen this short film do it now! It helped make my day today. It could help make yours too!
And to add to your enjoyment go to my son Sean's video 1st episode of "Sage The Mage". Then invite some children to watch it with you. I guarantee your mood will be lifted!
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