After a few years, i've decided to start working less, I've exchanged my wheelchair for a mobile scooter and went on to explore myself. I joined a choir, learned to draw and paint with my good hand. I continue working but it is less important now. I'm being more creative now that i have to use my left hand to learn new tasks that I never even tried to develop with my good right hand!
I myself have the secondary and progressive form of MS but in spite of everything I try to enjoy life.
I'm planning nice trips, I play with the kids and much more because even though I am no longer able to walk there, I'll be rolling wherever I need to go!.
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