Tag Archive | "Avonex"

Candy Hearts

Wednesday, February 8, 2017


Enjoy this sweet treat of a past My Odd Sock….. Everyone adores the little candy hearts so popular this time of year. In fact, Neeco, the world’s renowned Sweetheart manufacturer, has been making them & sharing love since 1902! The touching phrases found on each heart have changed over the years, but they have never […]

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MS A TV Show

Monday, September 26, 2016


    Time for some fun with multiple sclerosis! Let’s take a TV show…and add a pinch of MS. This bit was inspired by Margaret, a long-time My Odd Sock reader & fellow MSer.  She even contributed a few programs of her own! Ready to play? Join us as we “MS A TV Show”…..   […]

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Grab Bar

Thursday, November 19, 2015

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    The following is a paid-commercial announcement.     Hey MSers, tired of the same-ol night on the town? Fed up with crowded bars?  Restaurants that aren’t accessible?  With blaring music?  And too few restrooms? Then, My Odd Sock has the place for you.   Welcome to…..       Grab Bar! The exclusive […]

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MS Bingo

Tuesday, October 6, 2015


    If you are reading this, two things are certain: 1)-  You have multiple sclerosis (Or some related chronic ick.) and 2)-  You LOVE playing Bingo.   That’s why My Odd Sock has combined the two to present “MS Bingo!!!”   Below are several specially-created, MS-inspired Bingo cards to get us started…..   Card […]

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MS Goes To The Movies

Tuesday, September 30, 2014


  Have you ever wondered what would happen if Hollywood was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis? My Odd Sock believes our favorite movies would be quite different. Roll’em and let’s see how…….         “Officer And A Gentleman With Leg Spasms”   “Memory Is Gone With The Wind”   “Wizard Of Odd Sensations”   […]

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MS Fraternity

Tuesday, December 31, 2013


Please enjoy (or chug) this previously used My Odd Sock! I was checking in at the front desk of the MS Clinic for my appointment when he rolled up behind me. His name was Andrew, and he too had multiple sclerosis.  He was asking about my manual wheelchair while I asked him about his power […]

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