:) yes, we all go thru that period.... take care my friend.... am glad about the positive news....tho i am not able to see it.. i opened it and it ended with nicorette's ad!
There is an ad at the beginning of the MS story with Diane Sawyer...I do not know how to skip it??
sweet and cute little snail, i see them and don't bother them, hubby says kill it, i said no, he said they eat things, i said that is the way God made them. we eat things to
I'm having a snail day too!
Looks like some awesome meds are on their way! I pray this is the beginning of the end of this horrible disease.Blessings, Joanne
Better to slow down than be in a hurry and at the end wondering where does the time goes. ^_^
Hope you feel more energetic soon :-)
Oh I have those days that I'm barely moving along. Good you have a supportive partner.
I definitely have days where I feel like a snail! I'm really gonna feel that way once the new semester starts.
I know exactly what you mean about a snail day - some days I feel like that too! sandie
Oh Yay!! Sounds like you might have a great treatment to try on your MS. I hope you get a chance to use it.
Thankful to have a hubby who runs for you on a snail day! Blessings sweet friend.
I love that picture. It is okay to be slow now and then. We don't always need to be moving at warp speed.
Definitely a snail day here. A very slow snail. Encouraging news that they are working on new treatments. However, rightly or wrongly, I believe that we won't get an effective treatment until we have a cause. What do others think?
Nothing wrong with being a snail unless someone starts pursuing you with garlic butter.
Congratulations to your son and his new bride, what a lovely couple. Now you will have grandchildren to look forward to, there is nothing better!! A cute snail for sure! And I am still wondering about how your hubby got the tree in the car!!! I am just back from sick leave and catching up
Hi Kim, It's okay to feel slow sometimes... We all do!!! And maybe that's a good thing!!!!!Hugs,Betsy
slow and steady wins the race :)
I know exactly what you mean! Some weeks those days seem to be one after the other. But thankful we don't have to go through it alone!BTW, congratulations on your new daughter-in-law!
You're not alone in this. We all have these 'snail days' and overcome them.Great news on MS according to the video! a good way to start the new year for MS patients.
I feel like that too sometimes. Snail pace is good.
I saw that report on ABC News. Oh to have a cure.....
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