Be My Guest….

be my guestIf anyone wants to guest blog, just drop me a line.

Around 400 words , about anything you like to do with living with MS. No holds barred.


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20 thoughts on “Be My Guest….

  1. Scot says:

    Hello , sorry about responding to this blog so late but I think I might like to give it a try ??? of course I’ve never done blogging before so going to need some guidance from you … so if you’re still willing I think I’d like to give it a try just tell me where to start … 🙂

  2. Scot says:

    Awesome !! I’ll be looking for it … X

  3. Scot says:

    I haven’t received anything yet , but I may have deleted it by mistake, my fingers twitch when I was checking my emails so I may have deleted something … Lol 🙂

  4. Honeysuckle says:

    Hi there,

    Must be the weather! Can I contribute to your guest blog too? Like Scot, I’m a newbie and am also 23 words over. Feel free to edit (aka delete!) or let me know if it’s unacceptable and I’ll wield the knife!

    Look forward to hearing from you (I think!).


  5. Scot says:

    Hi , just wanted to say I think it’s great to see another guest blogger , I look foward to reading honeysuckles blog when it gets posted , & I also want to say THANK YOU , for offering this oppertunity , for someone like me it’s a great way to break out of my shell & start really communicating about my life w/ MS , its a huge help for me , u really r someone speical !!! XX 🙂

    • stumbling in flats says:

      Hey Scot!
      That’s a lovely thing to say! That’s what I really like about blogs, they should be inclusive, open up debate, get others to join in. I’m loving the whole MS conversation, on here and on Twitter. MS can be such a lonely, isolating illness, but to find all you guys really does make me feel far less cut off.
      I do think writing about MS, putting thoughts down on paper (blog) can help to work out things, come to terms with the way life has changed, etc.
      You must have a think about what you want to write about next – I’d be really interested to hear about how you felt when you went from RRMS to SPMS, as that’s something I couldn’t write about? Would be good to hear your perspective.
      Let me know what you think about the layout of your post tomorrow…..X

  6. Craig Parker says:

    Hi, is it possible I could guest blog here?

    • stumbling in flats says:

      Absolutely! Always welcome different viewpoints.
      Just email me. Posts are usually 400 words long. You get to choose pic, lol. Send in word format?

  7. C'est la vie says:

    I’ve been having a hard time dealing with this MS. It’s been 4 years…you’d think I’d have worked through it by now. I just can’t find peace. I’m socially awkward, forgetful, stumblebump…I just can’t come to grasp who I am anymore. …I could go on for a novel, and now I know I can. Your words and the responders’ words tell my story. I feel like now I have somewhere to go and not feel so alone. No one understands because it’s awkward to talk about, and embarrassing to feel like a Damn clumsy fool. I am so grateful to have found your little piece of the internet. Thank you for sharing your story.

    • stumbling in flats says:

      That is such a lovely comment, thank you so much!!
      I hope you can find your way to live with MS that brings you more joy and happiness. It’s a damn cruel illness.
      It’s so hard to work out who we are when MS hits your life, so I know exactly what you mean.
      I wish you lots and lots of love.

  8. Komal Bhatti says:


    I was diagnosed with MS in June 2020 and recently started a blog where I share my journey. I would love to be added on to the list.


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