Tag Archive | "Disability"

MS Motivations

Monday, March 20, 2017


    When you have multiple sclerosis, who can’t use a little motivation now & again. But where do you find such messages? Well, look no further than My Odd Sock for spirited quips sure to put a skip in your gimpy step!     Here are some specially crafted gems of positivity for your […]

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What Gives?

Monday, March 6, 2017


    What Gives? That’s what I wanna know. One would think with over 20 years of experience, a person might know something. After twenty years of marriage, you are pretty familiar with your partner. Twenty years on the job?  It’s safe to say you know your way around the shop.   But after twenty […]

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Do You Prep?

Monday, January 23, 2017


      There is a big day looming on my MS horizon. Appointments. Not one.  Not two.  But three appointments in a single day.   A trifecta of care at the Mellen Center of the Cleveland Clinic.         I’ll begin with a morning session of Botox injections in my legs to […]

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MS Emojis

Monday, January 9, 2017


      Emojis are everywhere in emails and text messages. You can find them all over Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest. Emojis have become a familiar part of our communication today.   Adding an emoji to your message gives it a little extra umph of feeling!   But when you have multiple sclerosis, the most […]

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Party Pooper

Monday, January 2, 2017


        I’m always sorta glad when the holidays are over. The social atmoshere of family gatherings, Christmas parties & New Year festivities make me stick out like Santa Claus during Hanukkah.   Mind you, I was never a life of the party. But I was certainly a more active participant in years […]

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MS-A-Day Calendar

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

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You may have received a page-a-day desk calendar as a Christmas gift.  But did you get one like this? Enjoy this re-run of My Odd Sock’s “MS-A-Day Calendar”…..     Dogs.  Cats.  Jokes.  Trivia.  Recipes.  Sports. They make those page-a-day calendars for almost everything. Almost. They forgot chronic disease.         That’s why […]

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