A diary from the Little Pond.
get well soon
Lemon and honey in a cup of hot tea and a bowl of warm chicken soup should help.It not anti-viral or anything, its just what my mother used to fix me.Now, I use pre-made chicken soup with some dryed noodles since my mum isn't taking care of me any more.
Carnival of MS Bloggers and the launch of a unique and inclusive Global Multiple Sclerosis CommunityHi, I came across your blog via the Carnival Of MS Bloggers, I am Squiffy of Squiffy's House of Fun, on the list ;O) You may be interested to hear about a new, unique and inclusive Global Multiple Sclerosis Community providing not only up to date MS News and Stories, but a place where those affected by Multiple Sclerosis can communicate with others affected by the disease, and the wider public, by means of Online Blogs, Discussion Forums and Net-based social interaction, which the Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre launched last Thursday in collaboration with cre8Buzz. Why not come and have a look, there are already some established MS bloggers signed up, and maybe join in, it is a great way to promote your blogs etc. http://www.cre8buzz.com/multiple_sclerosis squiffs ;O)
Be "weller" soon, my friend...Linda D. in Seattle
Feel better soon!
Hi, I apologize for the 'form' letter but it is the easiest way to pass word most quickly. I am thrilled with the response to the MS Blogger project started at my blog, Brass and Ivory. I appreciate all those who took time to post about it on their blogs. I have discovered even more bloggers who have MS, whether they blog about the MS or not. A new listing is available at MS Blogger Community Project Revised.Secondly, I'm looking for submissions for next week's Carnival of MS Bloggers. Information can be found at the end of each issue archived at Carnival of MS Bloggers. What I'm looking for this week are posts related to creativity. I discovered so many new bloggers who quilt, or knit, or crochet, or write, or photograph, etc. Basically, what do you do to express yourself? Thank you so much for participating.Lisa EmrichP.S. I also apologize for any increased 'spamming' of blog comments due to my growing linklist of bloggers with MS. For that I am sincerely sorry.
Isn't it possible that lots of drugs you are using are suppressing your immune system?
Right now the only thing that might is the floven inhaler. It's a steroid. None of my other drugs do that.A farm community friend told me that my work under the car, flat on my back on the cement in the middle of winter would certainly cause bronchitis or even pneumonia. It makes as much sense as any other theory I've investaged. Thanks.
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