MS is directly responsible for two unexpected blessings:
1) During the four years I was waiting for a diagnosis, I learned how to rely on God for strength. I now have a very strong faith to draw on for the rest of my life.
2) When I first began having symptoms I was in nursing school. I pursued nursing because it was a safe, flexible career, but my physical limitations have forced me to choose a different career path. I am now very excited to be pursuing a writing career, which something I always wanted to do, but was never brave enough.
I am deeply thankful for:
A husband who sticks by me in sickness and in health...
Four loving, active children...
Really good medical insurance. :)
Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer (Romans 12:12).