It's time to teach this "Old Dog" some new tricks
So, I'm trying to start a Vlog (video blog) on YouTube because I want to bring humor to Multiple Sclerosis but I'm an "Old Dog" and I'm technology ignorant. (I can't even blame it on my shaky hands and numb fingertips.) After making about a dozen videos of myself on Friday and reviewing and evaluating them, I got a good laugh but not the kind I want to share with other people. I am bound and determined to get better at this so I bring some comic relief to this disease. For 23 years now, I have been searching for something funny about MS. I have been to several MS events and meetings and I've searched online for stories that would make me laugh out loud but they are far and few between. I am incredibly passionate about laughter and the healing effect it has on the human mind and body and I am anxious to bring some funny stories to you via YouTube as soon as I can figure it all out. The most important thing is that I'm no longer just talking about it; I have started this journey. I may have Multiple Sclerosis and it may have slowed me down in some aspects of my life but it doesn't have me and it never will. My passion for life and to make people laugh will persevere and I invite you on this journey with me. If you can't seem to laugh at your daily challenges with this disease, please feel free to laugh at mine or laugh at this picture of "Muttley". It's fun to go back and re-live parts of my childhood that make me laugh and smile; it's the simple things in life that keep me going.