Traveling with Multiple Sclerosis

I traveled to see my family in Corpus Christi, Texas and had a blast, even with Multiple Sclerosis! Not being able to consistently walk didn’t get in my way to join the family at the Corpus Christi Aquarium for the fun! I could walk as much as I was able to, then get pushed around on this Duet Transport Chair Rollator!

 

When I was asked at the airport by a woman using a cane (turns out she has MS also) where I got such a convenient mode of transportation I told her right here, on msrelief.com! I said she could simply click on the picture of the Rollator and she’d be taken right to Spinlife.com  and easily purchase it online!

When you purchase the ‘Duet Transport Chair Rollator’ here, I’ll receive a small commission for the purchase at no extra cost to you, and knowing the satisfaction you’ll receive will warm my heart!

Let me know in the comments below of the vacation fun you’ve had with MS or without!

Linda

About our Co-Founder: With a bachelors in Social Work, Linda is 53 years old, happily married with eight children and 17 grandchildren. Diagnosed with MS in 1995 and now having accepted and truly embraced her new reality, Linda has created MSrelief.com. She is dedicated to proving that joy can be chosen while living with Multiple Sclerosis. Linda specializes in helping others, especially those with MS attain the lifestyle, independence and happiness amid living with MS.

8 Comments:

  1. I had fun on a vacation when my son zoomed me up and down the beach….pushing a manual wheelchair.
    ps. I use one of these walkers with short walks

    • Kim,
      Isn’t it nice having the help of loving family?! You have to tell me how crazy it was on the sand! I didn’t even try, I’m always worried about making other people’s lives difficult. I know I need to get over it!
      Linda

  2. Multiple sclerosis is considered to be one of the most common but dangerous health problem in any age group. This is the reason why we must strictly follow every order that is given by the physician. This health problem is reversible and if we want to live a normal life, then we should probably modify our lifestyle.

    • Julie,
      I couldn’t agree with you more! We don’t know the cause of the disease so we don’t have a cure, but changing to a healthy lifestyle will only help!
      Linda

  3. Multiple Sclerosis is a disturbing medical condition that affects the ability of an individual to move freely and normally. When an individual is suffering from MS, it seems impossible to walk. In your case Linda, I think you didn’t let MS control your life. You can still have fun and do what makes you happy even if you are suffering from it.

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