Reason #13 for Moving to San Francisco:
Look at what the Idaho's National Multiple Sclerosis Society has to offer for client programs. To participate in the exercise program, you have to go to Boise. Five hours from here.
And then there's the San Francisco chapter... click on Client Programs. It's like a linky orgy!
Need I say more? Okay fine, I WILL. Just call me Broken Record.
On that note, I'll be gone for a couple/three days, just road-tripping to my hearts content, stopping when and where the urge... urges. ?
There's a lap-top involved but don't know if I'll be using it much cause it's got that new-fangled wireless shit, and it freaks me out cause it doesn't seem natural.
That is all.
Oh no it's not. I forgot the reason why I was looking up more info on MS, which lead me to the above information.
I always knew I was allergic to sweat. That was my funny haha whenever it was suggested that I exercise. These last few days, in not knowing how much to wear for the weather, I've sweated during my walks. Ick. And then when I get home, it itches. Of course, I think to take a shower. For 4 days now, this has been a problem. Yesterday, during winds of at least 50 miles per hour, I had to wear a scarf to keep the wind from blasting down my neck. It got sweaty. Then my neck itched. I am ALLERGIC to sweating and I LOVE it when I'm right. But being right doesn't help much with the itching. I remembered itching can be a symptom of MS.
Once again, I posed the question to a MS forum and several people responded back. So did the retired doctor, who again said it has something to do with my temperature gauge, and it's no coincidence that it only affects the areas where I'm wearing more than one piece of clothing.
Walking is beginning to be a project. More later.