A friend asked me this question this morning. I don’t really know. I find when I make plans – they don’t work out. I would like to get out in the boat, I would like to go on a road trip with the Miatas of Muskoka. I also like just enjoying the sunshine, the back yard, reading, playing on here, just random activities.
I find that the plan that works best, is to be able to get up, take the morning vitamins etc., and think as if I have the energy of a superstar, and then see how it pans out.
Having to clean out my place for a tenant was hard, facing different memories, but now that I am almost done, I feel refreshed, and ready to go forward.
My partner and I are were on vacation last week, a break from work was good. The weather was fabulous. Got some stuff accomplished around the house. Focus is on the good stuff.
Today’s reality? Migraine switched from one side of my head to the other, and my brain is a little numb. I made brekky for me and my sweetie and now need to get my butt in gear. Do some more packing. Giddyup!!
I’ve learned that over time, people will have to adjust to your MS, simply because planning things is difficult to do if your symptoms are unexpected.
In my case, I had to cancel or postpone plans because I would wake up with a massive migraine or eye pain, and it’s no joy for anyone if you can’t enjoy what you’ve planned. That’s the sad part about MS, having to let people you really care and love, down.
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