Friday, May 14, 2010

Hi Y'all

Oh no the southern girl in me is coming out. I tried so hard to stop using y'all but once it is in your vocabulary it is hard to kick it out so I guess I'm stuck with it. haha !

Been a little busy lately. We had two MS Walks, the business was really busy, Mark's been out of town, etc.

This is a slow week but I think it is going to get crazy busy again since my ad in the MS focus just came out. Speaking of the MS Focus, I wrote an article for them on our summer trip to Europe. If you haven't recieved a copy you may be able to view it online or call them and ask for a copy.

I was also on the front cover ( which surprised me). I am an Ambassador with the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (MSF). They are a great organization really helping those of us with MS. NMSS has their purpose of raising money and finding a cure but MSF really works with us to make our lives better.
The annual MSF cruise is coming up to Alaska this year and we are very excited.
I hate the packing part and the laundry when it is over but I love theexperience of beingwith so many MSer's who get it. Ya know what I mean.

Because things have calmed down ( even if only for a day or two) I am going to try and clean and organize the office a bit. Try to get those small projects done aorund the house.

Have a great day everybody.


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Jamie said...

Sounds like you've been busy! Hope you're feeling ok! The MSF cruise sounds amazing! I may need to check into that. Hope you have a great weekend!

Diane said...

Well, being a "Yankee" most of my life and only being in the South for 10 of my 38 years, I understand the "Y'all" coming out. I actually used it while growing up in PA and now that I live in the south...I use it all the time. Sometimes after I say it I think to grammar! :)

Glad to hear life is a pleasurable busy for you and I am looking forward to getting the next issue of MS Focus to read your article. I wish I had kept up more with the MSF info and knew about the Alaska Cruise...I bet it will be fun.

Have a great weekend!

Diane J Standiford said...

Oh cool, I've always loved MSF.