With November being National Caregiver Month, I wanted to say thank you to everyone out there helping people like me. I especially want to thank my wife Meg for the unwavering support. I can’t imagine this journey without you! While all caregivers may do similar tasks, what they mean to the people they care forContinue reading “National Caregiver Month”
Thank you all so much! I am now over 3 weeks into detox and feeling better. Check out my update from last week! I Just wanted to take some time to say Thank You to the best group of people I could surround myself with!
There is hope at day 5!
Day 2 was rough! I can’t thank everyone enough for the love!
This last week has been tough! Thanks for all the love!
Meg was lucky enough to score another assisting gig up in the San Juan Islands, and this time there was enough time and space for me and Tuck to tag along (thanks to Catherine and Michael Abegg for giving us the room to stay in!). The weekend was absolutely amazing, even though I managed toContinue reading “Adventure: Orcas Isalnd”
If you’re battling MS, there’s a good chance you already know that summer heat is a bummer. Personally, when I start to get overheated my optic neuritis gets worse, causing me to lose vision — or even get double vision. It’s not that the heat is causing new lesions; it just makes lesions you alreadyContinue reading “Overheated”
Hey, look, it’s Wheels & Red on the cover of Momentum Magazine! This issue focuses on disability and desire, which is a cringeworthy yet very important subject for so many people. Meg and I have always been very honest about our relationship and share our struggles openly. We understand as much as anyone that it’sContinue reading “Momentum Magazine”
I have been a huge fan of Mike Herrera since way back…1996 way back. Mike is the lead singer of MXPX and Tumbledown. He is a talented musician and producer that also runs Monkey Trench Studios. For MS Awareness month I was lucky enough to sit down and talk with Mike on his podcast, The MikeContinue reading “The Mike Herrera Hour”
Where’s the restroom? There are so many symptoms with MS, that a bunch of them often get glanced over. The one that has been the most active for me lately is incontinence. The opposite of constipation, incontinence is where your bladder is going to empty NOW; with as little notice as possible. I never thoughtContinue reading “When you gotta go”