My introduction I guess.

So I’ve been contemplating writing a blog for a while. What relevance does my boring life have to anybody? It was upon speaking to somebody that they pointed out to me that various things have been said or done which all point me towards blogging. Whether I need this for self help or to possibly make somebody smile or feel better somehow, I don’t know right now but I am sure it will become clear. 

A quick introduction then; my name is Kim I am 26 years old with 2 children, oh and I have MS which is multiple sclerosis for anybody who doesn’t know. MS is a neurological disease which affects the nerves. Currently I struggle to walk around, stand for any amount of time, balance and I get horrible vertigo. I was diagnosed with MS in July 2013 and For the past 4 years I’ve been trying to understand what this means for my life and how I can carry on and be the best I can be with this disability. 

Now we have covered the main parts, I’d like to move on. I am a normal person who has been through some things that aren’t too normal but I cannot and will not allow MS to define me! Although it affects what I do on a daily basis  I haven’t made this blog to speak solely about the disease. I like a wide range of things and so much interests me and sparks thoughts and questions regularly so above all I want to just speak about normal day to day problems, jokes, news; whatever it is that has popped into my head from what I’ve heard or what I am doing to releasing some of the stresses of motherhood or living with this disability. So I would be honored if anybody would like to join me on what I hope is going to be a fun journey, learning and laughing along the way.

Wish me luck!! X x 

    6 thoughts on “My introduction I guess.

    1. Chantelle

      I think this is a great idea kim – I have known you for many many years, and as children we always were going to have sports cars and the same colour hair to match… unfortunately we are both been diagnosed with MS myself at the start, which I find very sad but taking the positives out of everything we can go through this process together ( instead of a sports car! Maybe a sporty wheelchair in hopefully many many years).

      I love you Kim, very strong women and I feel every pain regarding mother hood. Keep smiling because our children are what keeps us going 100% ❤️

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    2. Ny

      I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you through the pages of a blog. It’s a great way to put your feelings out and have the realisation that some of the things you feel are silly thoughts, silly ideas or just plain stupid are the same things is layman think about all the time but just don’t say.

      I’m looking forward to reading more.

      So proud ! X

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