Last reply 2 months ago
Hi to my old friend!

Hi to my old friend!
That is SHIFT MS! – Not you, well it could be? I guess a stranger is a friend you just haven’t met just yet!

I was speaking to my OT via video call at hospital during this crazy and unusual time. She suggested going on SHIFT MS and it is a website I joined several years ago and stopped visiting the site for some reason.

I was diagnosed with R/R MS in 2002 and started volunteering for the MS Society. I then had a spinal cord relapse in 2007 which knocked me off my feet. I still have a good sense of humour (I guess it helps when you live with this lovely disease!

It would be great to chat and interact with others with MS.

Speak soon,
Stephen x

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wobbleone
2 months ago

Hi Stephen
Lovely to “meet” you.
Yes you’re right, sense of humour essential 😅


vixen
2 months ago

Hello @stephen_williams, crazy and unusual times indeed! I’ve been diagnosed 3.5 years, and Shift has been pretty much a part of my daily routine since then! Anyway, welcome back!


stephen_williams
2 months ago

Thank you Wobble One! – Great username btw! Shows a good sense of humour! 😉

Thanks Vixen! – Please feel free to poke me with a stick to say hello to you!

Stephen x


stumbler
2 months ago

@stephen_williams , we all deal with our MS, and our acceptance of it, in our own way.

So, hi.


stephen_williams
2 months ago

Hi Stumbler, very true! wise words, not sure if I have accepted it just yet. 18 years after my diagnosis! I guess now it is just a fact of life.

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