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As we near the end of MS Awareness Month, I struggle to keep the tears at bay. For an individual living with MS, purpose is everything. My purpose is to keep moving, constantly encourage, and look for ways to improve my life and the life of other Warriors.

I've come to love my little blog and the personal therapy it offers me in it's attempt to smooth over the absence of physical friendships. MS is a lonely disease. It is an expensive disease and it is not very friendly. 

I am by no means a professional blogger and I know very little about anything computer related, so I doubt seriously that blogging will ever earn me an income; but, that is not my purpose. 

I just want to share any and every little scrap of kindness I can. So...if you enjoy Lady with the Cane, I KNOW you will want to check out these awesome award winning MS Blogs.

https://www.healthline.com/health/multiple-sclerosis/best-blogs-of-the-year#1


You're welcome,
Lisa, The Lady with the Cane

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