Day 253 In the Pursuit of Love (IIAW Day 2 Friendship)

Life in the City with a Future

For Day Two of Invisible Illness Awareness Week, I will be reblogging my friend Joe. I have addressed how wonderful it is to have people who have stuck by me as I have worked to gain a sense of normalcy after becoming disabled with MCS almost two years ago. Indeed, Joe was my friend when I had mild MCS. It is easy to be someone’s friend when the friendship involves going out to dinner or traveling or getting together at a party. But I have found that friendship is when all the good stuff goes away and people are still standing there willing to turn their lives upside down to keep you in their lives.

The “invisible” part of IIAW generally refers to the symptoms of an II being invisible to the average person. However, to me, the more painful part of the word “invisible” is what happens when someone…

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About sondasmcschatter

I was encouraged to start a blog as I suffer from MCS /multi chemical sensitivities & other health problems & I have helped several hundred others who suffer from MCS set up "Safe Homes" & given them encouragement & HOPE & share information & lots of laughs along the way also. When you choose to use fragrances, chemicals, or pesticides, You are not simply making a choice for yourself, You are making a choice for everyone around you!!!! What makes me an expert on MCS-- not a darn thing-- BUT have lived with it for years-& years- & have learned lots the HARD WAY-- by experience!! And want to give others help & HOPE & encouragement -- as I know there are not many who understand what it is to live with this illness- & ALL THAT GOES WITH IT!!! Internet has been my way of communication with many who we are confined to their "safe homes" all over the USA & other countries!! I have communicated with many HUNDRED by e-mail-- phone & letters & internet forums-- I hope this blog will help in a better way to share laughter-- hope & information!!! As for many are not any longer able to even leave their homes-- & communication is sooo important & sharing & encouragement & GIVING HOPE!!!
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