Not only do I spend my mornings (or late nights, as the case may be) trying to come up with something informative (or at the very least fashionably tasteless) and entertaining to blog about, I also spend as much time as I have available READING several of my favorite MS blogs. Most of these sites I have accidentally stumbled upon or been led to via another MS blog site.
I thoroughly enjoy reading the thoughts, opinions, and experiences of others who are also living their lives with MS...it's a strange bonding ritual I have developed via this new age of virtual reality! Some of the bloggers I have contact with by phone or email...others remain anonymous and I don't even know their real names. It doesn't really matter. What we all share is a connection to a disease and a common experience: we are living with Multiple Sclerosis.
Several of the blog sites are quite entertaining and funny...some are touching and heart-felt...still others are informative and clinical. Most are a mixture of all of those attributes. I read them as frequently as I can and I try to leave comments when I am so moved on the sites which allow comments.
There is a tiny space just to the right of Brain Cheese that mentions other journals I read. You've probably noticed I only have three listed, but I actually read many more...I just don't list them on the side because the listing would take up too much space. But, in an effort to provide a "reading list" to anyone who is interested, I will list my drive by bloggers here. Please keep in mind they are listed in no particular order of interest (I don't want any hurt feelings now!) and if I have left YOUR blog/journal site out, leave me a comment so I can do a "drive by" at your site...most likely, I don't even know you exist but might LIKE to know about you! Also, if you've got a particularly great site you read and want to let others know about it, leave a note in the comments section, too...BRAIN CHEESE is an equal opportunity journal after all. LOL
So, here's the list:
Now, if that exhaustive list can't hold your interest or entertain you, you need Ritalin, my friend! Happy reading...