Blogs I follow
- A Stellarlife
- Brass and Ivory: Life with MS and RA
- Building Personal Strength
- Carnival of MS Bloggers
- Carole's MS blog
- Chronic Healing
- Denise J. Dowdy
- Lesism - by Les Floyd
- Living with MS? Me too...Let's talk.
- Medical Advisor Journals - Kyle J. Norton&#39;s Health Tips for Better of Living &amp; Living Health
- Multiple Sclerosis Research
- National MS Society Blog
- Smart Ass Cripple
- Terry's Thoughts and Threads
|Location||carrollton, texas, United States|
|Introduction||For over 40 years Renae Clare has lived with the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis including paralysis, depression and fatigue. In her soon to be released book Potty Mouth,she has written a deeply personal account about her path in life with MS as her constant companion. Renae's unique and wickedly profane sense of humor shows her optimistic spirit shining through even under the most depressing and difficult times. This book is gut wrenching, truthful and yet, at times, it is laugh out loud funny. It was written for the purpose of healing and forgiving Renae Clare's past and as such there are many things in Potty Mouth that she had never spoken of before beginning therapy. This deeply personal account of a woman's courageous and highly inspirational journey learning how to live with multiple sclerosis also shares the mental, physical, psychological and spiritual knowledge she has gathered to make herself whole once again. Renae Clare has dealt with abuse, with aging, with disability, and with loss Renae Clare lives with her daughter in Carrollton, Texas. She writes every day and is currently working on her second book.|
|Interests||writing, reading, symphony|
|Favorite Movies||Trainspotting, Usual Suspects, Alfred Hitchcock movies|
|Favorite Music||the Doors, Eric Clapton, Pink Floyd, a Whiter Shade of Pale|
|Favorite Books||Potty Mouth by Renae Clare, A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle|
When you open your eyes underwater, do you ever worry that you'll drown?
what things in your life are you most proud of? Writing a book, raising two damned good children. Never having gone to prison. Never having been arrested for anything.