First off welcome to my Life! Second, let me give a huge shout out to my husband and the fact he always encourages me to think positive and reach for the stars! Without him I wouldn't be anywhere I am today. With his career, and the medical insurance it provides allowed me to get the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Even with that he continues to fight my inner doubts and slay my dragons of insecurities. He continues to love me for me!
Now for as long as I can remember I have had pain, I just always thought that this was normal. Man was I wrong. Growing up in a small Wyoming town, I didn't have allot of Medical options and honestly we didn't grow up rich ether, so getting care for "growing pains" was not really an option. Now skip ahead to the years I was uninsured and honestly not in the best of places. I did see chiropractors and some small medical options but was always diagnosed chronic back pain and Dr after Dr just shrugged it off. Then I met the most amazing man, yep that man up above. My husband Robert, he had goals in his life and he followed them. We packed up and moved to California just a short moment after we tied the knot. A year later I left my job after some conflicts and some mental break downs. I then became a full time nanny for multiple families, and relaxed per say. Remodeling my home and I even flew back to visit my family in Wyoming...... This is where my life was changed forever. I had developed a severe kidney infection and was unaware of how serious it was until it was to late. I ended up in the emergency room with a 104*f temp and was out of commission for a week. Now many of you know that a flair usually follows a sickness. Well that is exactly what happened. TO make a long story short because honestly it could be a long story. It started with a very sharp bad pain in my right eye for about 3 days until one morning I woke up with no eye sight in half my right eye. Well an awesome hour long drive to the eye doctor, sent scary chills down my spine when he made it an emergency calling a specialist for same day evaluation. well go on to being scared and still lost, alone and the specialist says maybe cancer but to have an MRI next week. Yes the little girl is now scared shitless inside me, but I push it all away and continued my weekend plans, yep rock concert in Vegas! Any ways MRI, and a call about "something in my brain" "optic neuritis" "see the neurologist" left me even more terrified. Doctors should be more considerate about how they tell people things. Anyways I did what I do best Online research, yep, I went down a deep rabbit hole and well guess what... I found out before it was truly diagnosed that I had Multiple Scleroses! After all that and yes someday ill post about ALL THAT, but for now because i could go on and on, Diagnosed in 2017, since then i have learned much, traveled more, and moved again. Switching medications, doctors, travel laws and even doing IVF. Sorry for all the info, but you will learn more as the time goes also. Anyways an Irish woman can talk forever and I need to go to bed...... I know my insomnia is probably the most difficult. I hope you enjoy learning, following, and viewing my life!