Category: MS

International Persons With Disabilities Day – Visible Invisible

I was asked to write an article for work for International Person’s With Disabilities Day. I wrote the following and called it Visible Invisible. It was put on the web site at work in a permanent place along with other people’s stories about living… Continue Reading “International Persons With Disabilities Day – Visible Invisible”

Please Help Save the MS Clinic!

I learned something distressing before the MS Walk began this year. The MS Clinic at the General Hospital could close in five days due to lack of funding. This can’t be allowed to happen. I can stress how amazing the MS Clinic has been… Continue Reading “Please Help Save the MS Clinic!”

Walking the Walk

Hey Everyone! On April 29th, I will be waling the walk! I will be walking in the Mandarin MS Walk in Ottawa. I will be doing 5KM and this will be my fifth year taking part in the walk. It’s such a wonderful day… Continue Reading “Walking the Walk”

Why I Walk the Walk

The MS Society of Ottawa sent out an email a little while ago suggesting to team captains that they should tell their story. Why do I walk the MS Walk? I walk because, for a while, I had forgotten how. On December 31st, 2012,… Continue Reading “Why I Walk the Walk”

Walking the Walk

Last year, I did what I thought to be impossible. I walked the 3KM walk for Multiple Sclerosis. I had signed up and didn’t really have any idea what I was going to do. I had just stopped walking with my cane but was… Continue Reading “Walking the Walk”

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