As many people who live with chronic illness know, laughter is sometimes the best medicine. A sense of humor can be essential to getting up each day and moving forward despite the many challenges that chronic illness may bring with it.
Oh. My. GOODNESS!!!! Soooo true!! I had a dr try to send me home from the ER with a gall bladder on the verge of erupting because when he said "How are you feeling?", I said, "With my hands." His reply... "Well, I guess you're doing better. Now we can get you outta here, and headed home." ?!?!?!?
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Multiple Sclerosis Day :'-( I hate it for my 1DurBean & she is the one who always has a smile, apologizes for stuff we all do & we think nothing of it AND she is a perfect example of the person who inconsiderate people say "you don't look sick" The reason why that is, is because she is fighting NOT to be sick!!! Some people live to be sick she is living NOT to be sick!