Dawna Austin
Ok, just when I think things are getting better and I'm hopeful for some good days, I crash again. I just came back from a family vacation on the Washington coast, and I was, each day, starting to feel better and better. On the way home last night, however, I could feel my decline setting in.

What's the key to this whole health thing. Is it environment? I definitely did love the cool ocean breeze. Is it diet? Perhaps it's just that I need to stay on holidays and never come home? I wish I had the answer.

I did the "normal" thing for me, sent my family off to church without me as I lay in bed. I know I'm supposed to be longing for things not of this world, but all I want right now is to be part of my family's lives, and be normal.

I'm still off the copaxone injections for at least a few more weeks. I need to get rid of this sore throat (came back last night) before I start up again.

PS .. did you know that winter is just around the corner? WOO HOO!
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  1. Merv Best Says:

    Sure appreciated spending time with you sis... praying for you...


  2. Anonymous Says:

    Feeling better is a wonderful blessing. I'm so happy for you that you got to experience it, a bit,on your vacation.My husband and I spent every summer vacation on the beach (in Florida). I'm sad that I'm no longer able to do it, but thankful for all my blessings including your blog.

    No trial has come to you but what is human. God is faithful and will not let you be tried beyond your strength;but with the trial He will also provide a way out, so that you may be able to bear it
    1Corinth10:13
    God bless!!


  3. debbie - calgary Says:

    Have been checking your postings daily. I hope you are feeling better and enjoying the beautiful fall. Not even Calgary has experienced winter as yet, although there have been frost warnings and the frost covers the rooftops until the sun can come up high enough to melt it.
    Keep your spirits high ....
    Thinking of you, and your brother. You are both pillars of strength.