Im with you both there all the way… I was diagnosed with PPMS 2 years ago, im now 42 and have lived my life: Been an active person, mountain biking, walking, getting out and about in Snowdonia, partying, clubbing, going out with my friends, holidays, working abroad, travelling the world etc… although i still to this day miss being able to the things i enjoy, im glad i had the experiences to do them in my early years. Been there done that bought the t-shirt so to speak.
Ive had a much better life than say a new born baby who has a crippling disorder and has never know fun, childhood or experienced what life has to offer. So im soooooooooooooooooooooo thankful for the opportunity that i was given in order to be able to do all the things that that newborn will never be able to.
Ive got my children, ive got my memories and ive got my friends… and ive now got PPMS ! Who cares… BRING IT ON !!!
I am soooooooo bloody lucky to have had the life ive had and i do not regreat a single thing x