MND awareness month
So here I am again, made another year. Possibly luck has a lot to do with it? Or is it my sheer determination to concur life with this illness. I find it intriguing how everyone suffers differently, how people deal with it differently, and the pure hatred for the disease.
I have to date made some fair achievements even by my standards. I got married to the love of my life, had two amazing girls. Been to see Mickey mouse twice, swam with Dolphins, did the longest zip wire in Europe, climbed a mountain, Abseiled from the Humber bridge and I haven’t done yet. Every single one was done with MND.
My point – mainly for newly diagnosed as other suffers will have made their minds up, life is still worth living all you need to do is want to make it happen. I accept that my outlook isn’t for everyone and there are lots of factors affecting people’s lives. I this year have had 2 operations, sepsis and been temporally completely paralysed (normally I would be what i describe as ¾ paralysed) hell of a difference, 2 chest infections so I wouldn’t say I have had an easy ride but by no means hard.
My aims for this year are to join the mnda board of trustees and set a Guinness World Record oh and a spot of potholing.
MND- MUST NOT DIE