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In God's hands

Posted on October 21 2014

doctors. An appointment with my primary Dr. lead to the official diagnosis of Multiple sclerosis. He told me it wasn't his line of work he was the one that ended the constant chase for the truth.The truth that changed my life. I was never angry or asked why me. I believed there was always someone that may be worse off than me. So after suffering this piss you off disease (you plan to do one thing & your body does another) for so many years I just take all pain,spasm, restrictions, paralysis, treatments, message sending blockage, needles and MRIs & leave it before God and trust Him to help me get through it all. My sister 3yrs older and my niece also have MS so even though I was told it's not hereditary. I am so thankful that I have them they truly understand...

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