MS symptoms: Planning for Fatigue

franklineduYes, I plan for fatigue. I know it is coming. It has no shame in stealing parts of my day. Some mornings the fatigue makes every task a challenge. Others days I spring into action and run like a wild woman cleaning, organizing, getting things done all too aware of the crash on the horizon. Fatigue is like a rain cloud in the distance. You know it is there and could be overhead soon. You know it could miss you all together. You go on with your activities while planning your escape should it move your way. Suddenly, it catches you unaware, suddenly down pouring on your day. While other times it surprisingly disappears over the horizon.

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Melissa Cook
Melissa Cook is the author of As a retired high school teacher and school district administrator, she chooses to share her MS story in hopes of benefiting others.