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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Why me, Feb 10, 2007.

  1. Why me

    Why me Member

    Hi guys over the past 3years my MS has become to be more of pain than before with all the new members joining this forum i thought it was only fair that if you read my post they can be very hard work for you all to figure out to all you guys who take the time and trouble to read and reply im truly and sincerly greaful like with so many other on here worse off than i we have good days and bad if at any time anyone feels offend by post please tell there and then wishing you all goos health and happinessmike if you have time look here __________________
    Always looking on the bright side of life.
    Hi my name is Mike Drummond age 48 MS suffer for past 12 years if you have the time to look it will give you an insight of what i live on a daily basis.mike
  2. MadModeler

    MadModeler Member

    Hi Mike.
    I don't find your post offensive at all. It's great that you are keeping contact with the outside world and I hope and pray that will continue for a very long time. I was checking out your gallery and it looks really good. Keep up the good work!

    A couple of my friends and former co-workers have MS and I watched them struggle with this. They went on disability shortly before I was laid off and we lost contact. I've been trying to regain that contact ever since. I hope and pray they are doing okay.
  3. Gary S.

    Gary S. Senior Member

    I too am thinking of you, and am happy to have you share with The Gauge. Thank you for being here!
  4. yellowlynn

    yellowlynn Member

    My niece, age 52, has had MS for many years, and I am well aware of the pain, good days and bad. I enjoy your work and look forward to all your entries. I had heard before of your ailment, and it makes everything from you that much more interesting.
    Keep up the good work,

  5. Cannonball

    Cannonball More Trains Than Brains

    I had no idea.
    Never the less I haven't found any of your posts offensive.
    You've got a great website going as well. I like the new video!
  6. shaygetz

    shaygetz Active Member

    Mike, I've known about it since you first signed on and have always been impressed with how you carry yourself in the hobby despite MS.:thumb:
  7. nachoman

    nachoman Guest

    Model railroading can be excellent therapy... :)

  8. CCT70

    CCT70 Member

    I have a very dear friend with MS and while her medication helps her get around pretty well and lead a pretty active lifestyle, I learned the hard way while trying to help me push the racecar into the trailer one night that the MS makes one pretty fragile. At night, she's exhausted. It really makes one take stock of how lucky some of us are to have our health, it can be taken away in a heart beat. Life is precious. If you're not the best typist on the board, so what? You're here, you're amongst friends and you're enjoying your hobby and THAT my friend is all that matters. Don't worry about your posts. Your friends will be able to understand them just fine. :thumb:
  9. Why me

    Why me Member

    Hi guys thankyou as always for your kind words the reason i posted was to make others aware of the problem as it then gives them an insight to be able to help if they want to i know how much hard work i can be trying to read my post and i dont wish for others to waste time on me when others worse off could do with the help all you long term guys no i suffer with inane drollings along with my moronic ways but im still here lol .mike
  10. Catt

    Catt Guest

    Mike,you type it,we will figure it out somehow.You ain't the only one on the Gauge with bad typing skills (-> pointing at myself for one <-).

    We are just happy that you can be here to share with us.

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