wobbles, rebif, olympics

This morning, my wobbles appeared (or re-appeared). Admittedly, I have a been a bit scared and worried that maybe things aren't so right in my stomach, as I have been experiencing some familiar pain and discomfort. I'm just not a "lay-low" and recuperate kind of person...I expect immediate results.

I also thought that I should mention, I haven't missed one Rebif injection through this whole circus. I think that if Jason wasn't as dedicated to my drug therapy as I am, I would have missed at least one shot. I even did at least one on my own....while reclining in my hospital bed. We never forgot which day of the week it was.

It's a shame that I have been under the weather for the duration of the Olympics. I haven't been able to share my thoughts with you! As you know, I am a proud Canadian...but these Canadian athletes who are happy to have done their best...falling short of the medal podium...really get under my skin!

Why don't they want to win a medal instead of just doing their best?!

Sometimes I am my mother's daughter...and sometimes I am my father's daughter.

Also a competitor,

Emily

4 comments:

Anonymous said...
August 23, 2008 at 7:00 a.m.

Great to see you posting, Em - we've been checking regularly for signs of life.

Hang in there,

Annie

Denver Refashionista said...
August 23, 2008 at 5:51 p.m.

Thanks for dropping by my blog. I am sorry you have not been feeling well. It's good to see that the competitive spirit is still alive and well in you. I imagine it means you are on the mend or at least that you won't take any crap without a fight.

LISA EMRICH said...
August 23, 2008 at 8:31 p.m.

Wow, you've been through alot recently. Last that your MS doesn't seem to be acting up with all of the stress.

BTW, I found you by a comment you left at Denver's place. Another MS Blogger to add to my growing list.

:)

corina said...
August 26, 2008 at 11:37 a.m.

em, i hope you are recovering from our lake adventure. it was awesome to have you out...it wouldn't have been the same without you. thanks for bringing fun, happiness and joy into my life even when you aren't feeling 100%. you are amazing!

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