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Have courage and be kind.

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Health · Ramblings

The Coronavirus and You!

From a Very Wise Friend

Let’s say you wake up with a terrible cough, fever and body ache. You immediately go to the doctor and unfortunately you are diagnosed with covid-19. In the last two weeks you were not aware that you were infected, and you ignored “the rules”.

You hung out with some friends to eat a pizza, you invited people home and you even went to a park and a beach. You thought “I don’t feel sick. I have the right to continue living a normal life. No one can tell me what to do. ”

With the diagnosis of Covid-19 you spend the next few days on the sofa in your house quite badly, but soon you feel better, because you are young, you are healthy and you are strong. How lucky you are!

But you infected your best friend during that visit to your house, and since she didn’t know she was infected, she visited her 82-year-old grandfather, who uses oxygen to help him breathe because he has COPD and heart problems. Now he is dead.

Your co-worker, who has asthma, also caught the virus from you. Now he is in the ICU and he also infected his family members, who will not know it for two weeks yet. The boy who charged you for the pizza at the restaurant took the virus home, his wife has multiple sclerosis and this makes her immunosuppressed, she is not as lucky as you, so they take her to the hospital because she cannot breathe. They may need to induce a coma and intubate her. You may not be able to say goodbye to your loved ones. She may die surrounded by machines, without her relatives around her.

And all this because you were uncomfortable wearing your face mask or you did not like to stay at home or change your routines for a little bit over all other rights, and you wanted to continue living your life normally; You also believe that no one, no one, has the right to tell you what to do. But:

#socialdistance – NOT for you!

#usacovers – NOT for you!

#stayathome – NOT for you!

IT’S FOR EVERYONE! Responsibility and empathy is called. IF YOU TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF, 😷 you take care of the ones you love the most. Think about it! 🤔

Copy and paste it! That’s how I did it.

Have courage and be kind.

Health · Medical · Strength

It’s mandatory to wear a mask in Los Angeles

Starting April 10, 2020 it will be mandatory to wear masks in Los Angeles. Non-medical essential employees must wear masks. Customers using these establishments must also wear masks. In the future, the city could start to hand out tickets if you do not comply.

Riverside county will also have this in effect. You may possibly end up with a nice hefty $1000 fine if caught without one. 

Personally I think this is a great idea. I am watching videos of people still going to friends houses, parties, the beach. I get it, quarantine sucks. Look at it this way, at some point you’ll get to do all your normal activities again. You have something to look forward to. So please stop complaining. Quarantine is my life and has been for six years. So please, just get over yourselves and do what needs to be done so we can get through this. #StayHome #StayTheFuckInside #WearYourMask #DoYourPart #Quarantine

Have courage and be kind.



Craziness · Medical · Ramblings · Sarcasm

Stay the F*CK Inside

OK everyone it’s really not rocket science. I understand that some don’t have the capacity to understand that this is a pandemic. 🤦🏻‍♀️ Say it with me, pan-dem-ic!! Stay the fuck inside!!!

Be part of the solution not the problem!

Science is fact people!!!

#TheVirusIsReal #NotAHoax #Coronavirus #COVID19 #WakeTheFuckUp #ScienceIsReal 

Have courage and be kind. 😏

Multiple Sclerosis · Primary Progressive MS · Ramblings · Silly

MS Awareness Month day 30

The month is winding down and as we all know it’s been a crazy one. With Covid-19 floating around we all have to be a little extra careful thanks to our wonderful autoimmune disorder. Especially those of you on a DMD, please take extra precautions. My heart, hope, and love is with you all!

And with everything going on, I think we need a little humor from time to time.

Have courage and be kind.