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ProfSpazz

Ohio 45223
I have decided that too much of my time has been spent trying to figure out how to live against Multiple Sclerosis; it's time now to learn to live with this disease. I hope that this blog will help me achieve that goal. I also hope that it will be a way of reaching out to others with MS. Armed... Full Bio
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I have decided that too much of my time has been spent trying to figure out how to live against Multiple Sclerosis; it's time now to learn to live with this disease. I hope that this blog will help me achieve that goal. I also hope that it will be a way of reaching out to others with MS. Armed with voice-recognition software (my hands are useless when it comes to typing more than a couple of words), a computer that serves as my connection to the world, and more time than any one person should have on her hands, I'm going to give blogging a shot. If you have come to this blog because you're living with MS, then you already know that there are many blogs by gifted writers who have much to say about the subject. My blog will, I hope, differentiate itself by talking not only about subjects specific to MS but also about life as a lesbian living with MS. Mind you, I have no idea whether I have anything useful or interesting to say but I figure that if I'm a bore, and you'll simply stop reading and go on about your merry way.

A Word About the Blog Title

The title ProfSpazz refers to the point at which my pre- and post-diagnosis lives collide. I was a professor; these days MS-related spasticity is my constant companion.