Today is my last day at work with that sweet baby and her four older siblings. Normally, I only have the younger two, so I feel like God is honoring my last day by letting me play with all of them. They are bright, present, passionate, curious, creative kids who have asked me so many questions I didn't know how to answer. Particularly questions about M.S. because they don't see it. They don't see me slowly getting out of bed each morning adjusting to where the floor is. They don't see me keeter left and right coming up the stairs or fumble with pens, cups, keys, door knobs. They don't see me throw back 20+ supplements with my meals. They don't have to drive me home at the end of the day. I totally understand because the hour they have me twice a week I've spent all week preparing for with the way I eat and sleep and exercise just enough to keep healthy circulation and muscle stamina, but not too much that I can't exude energy throughout the day. They don't see the behind the scenes, and that's okay, because that's where the rigmarole happens to make my time with them magical. But I want to pull back the curtain for you to see that I am sick. I've gotten much better this year at evading/escaping compromising situations and listening to my body when it needs an extra boost of Nutrasine. I've always likened myself to a sparkler. I can be shiny and exciting, but I fade fast and disappear, and that's okay because Nutrasine has built in my body a foundation to fall on so I don't totally disappear (or at least not for long). I wish I had half a mind to talk science to you, but all I have is my experience. I know I sound like a broken record of an annoying infomercial, so thank you for listening because I'm not. I'm real person with real problems who's experiencing real healing, and I am passionate about sharing this good news with anyone who will listen. Nutrasine won't defeat your illness, but I've learned with past year my fight isn't against MS or my body. My fight is for my body. I hope you'll join me.
This has been a favorite song of mine since highschool and it's become my theme song in this season: