The picture of four trees you see at the right is the "new" photo for the MS Section of my website.
Below it is the old photo ... the wheelchair. Keep on reading for more of the story.
In December, 2007 I received a nice email from Kim Fabrizio (www.sunshineandmoonlight.wordpress.com). She wanted to know if I would add a link to her site on my MS pages.
I looked at her blog and immediately added her on the Personal Stories page in the MS Section of my site.
But then as I began to explore the site I realized that it was a brand new blog. One post, Will I end Up in a Wheel Chair (sunshineandmoonlight.wordpress.com/2007/12/16/will-i-end-up-in-a-wheelchair) caught my eye and made me start thinking.
I've had a wheelchair as the image on these pages for a long time. But I really didn't like it, ever. So I asked for help by writing Kim and telling her I needed a new image. She kindly posted my request for help at Let's Help James (sunshineandmoonlight.wordpress.com/2007/12/17/lets-help-james).
In addition to the on blog comments, I received a direct email from Brenda Zinram. She wrote:
My suggestion ~ four seasons. I look at life as ever changing and my life with MS is no different. Life comes with darkness but once you wade your way through it then a rebirth happens you are a changed person for what you have experienced. Life has its beautiful side and it has its turbulent side, we wake and face each day as it is dealt to us.
Thank you, Brenda. Here you go.
Multiple Sclerosis Pages On My Site
Multiple Sclerosis Links and Resources: A boatload of links. Wazillions of links. And a few more. But . . . Even though there are many links here, these are not all the links. Be sure to check the other sections for the specialty links. ««»»
General Medical Sites and Other Resources: Not specifically related to Multiple Sclerosis, but offering general medical information. Many feature search engines to locate Multiple Sclerosis information or Multiple Sclerosis sections within their site. ««»»
Guest Article: Social Security and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) - Applying for Social Security Disability with Multiple Sclerosis: A guest article by John Dowling, the Senior editor of Social Security Disability Help. ««»»
Guest Article: Stem Cells Showing Great Promise in Remyelinization: A guest article by Daryl Clayton Kennedy. ««»»
A Measure of Time - My Life With MS: This book by Lauren Singer is available directly from the author. This page on my site provides a tiny amount of publicity for this book. By the way, her dog is named Fred Huggins. ««»»
As for Tomorrow I Cannot Say: 33 Years with Multiple Sclerosis: I review this book by Diana Neutze. ««»»
Life on Cripple Creek - essays on Living with Multiple Sclerosis: I review this book by Dean Kramer. ««»»
My Story: A Photographic essay on Life with Multiple Sclerosis: I review this book by Amelia Davis. ««»»
When the Road Turns - Inspirational Stories About People with MS: I review this book by Margot Russell. ««»»
This topic is just a part of my overall website. After you check out this topic, you might like to explore the rest of my site and get to know me better. I recommend that you start with my "Home" Page, then go to the "Front Door", then to "Stuff About Me" and finally, just explore the site. The buttons on the left will take you there.
Many webmasters only want people to link to the "primary" page of a website. I have a different view.
Because of the importance of Multiple Sclerosis to me I actually encourage other Multiple Sclerosis sites to link directly to my Multiple Sclerosis pages. Click here to find out my special requests for linking to my Multiple Sclerosis pages.
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