A year on Coimbra

I wrote posts and parts of posts in the last few months. For one reason or another, I hesitated to publish them. I was honored and humbled (not to mention surprised) to see so many comments this morning.

I am not a medical technician of any sort and my experience is just that. Mine. It’s laid upon layer and layer of years with ms. The distortion in my life lens is now a feature not a bug.

Except for this rather major meltdown the last couple of days, I have been doing well. Going to 8 am Mass a few days. Same with walking on the treadmill. I’m sleeping more than 12 hours a day. MS really means Many SURPRISES! Keeps me on my toes when I’m not horizontal with ear buds lulling me with Caritas music. Those are hymns gathered for our retreat a few years ago. Reminding me I’m not alone in body or spirit.




This post was written by , posted on May 12, 2017 Friday at 1:15 pm
  • Amy Bovaird says:

    No, you’re not alone. I love the music you are listening to. I have heard much about it.
    So sorry you are wiped out. But praising God for every day, good or challenging and that you are getting to spend time with your beloved grandchild.
    Love you!

    • Kate says:

      Thanks, Amy. I’m feeling better each day. I hope you are, too. No one said life was going to be easy. And boy, were they right 😉 Love

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