Let Me Ask You A Question – 7/7/17


This morning I wrote about MS update..  Let me ask you a question…

What are you struggling with in your life?  

42 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You A Question – 7/7/17

      • it’s been a terrible shock to my confidence and believing that I can take care of myself. I had a lot of problems initially with just walking and not falling down and it took me a while before I could convince my brain that I could walk just like any other normal person. I mean it’s walking. it’s something that I have taken for granted so long and I felt like I had to keep telling myself to walk normally. there are a lot of times that I don’t believe things will ever be back to normal for me.

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  1. Nothing worth mentionning. I know a lot of people who have real struggles. I try to remember that I have nothing to complain about compared to them. I always manage to be a cry-baby about minor things… But I am working on that. 🙂

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      • Yeah… I am often torn between the feeling that struggle is struggle, and we shouldn’t compare our pain with others’ and feel free to feel hurt when we do… And the urge I get to kick myself in the butt, get my sh*t together (pardon my French) and realize I don’t have anything to complain about…

        But you are right, living in North America gives me the luxury to think and wonder about all that. In many other places, I wouldn’t have time to waste on such debates with my own self! 😉

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  2. A car for which essential (front suspension) needed (due to rust) parts may or may not be found in some more or less reasonable time. So, thinking about possibly having to buy a car, but not knowing if, or when, the one I have will be declared dead. Also, yet another complicated DIY house repair in progress (due to rot, kind of like the car problem). Then, there’s my step son who came to visit and his car broke down too and is in the shop. I think that’s enough and the universe can just hold off on any new issues for a while.

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  3. Nothing! I couldn’t find a job but finally got one. It’s not my dream job but I’m grateful for it. I’m finally getting caught up on bills and my health is getting better. I feel better now that I’ve been going to mass again and being grateful.

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