Any movie I've ever made, the minute you walk on the set they tell you who's the person to buy it from.
I've always had this American-pie face that would get work in commercials..I'd say things like 'Hi Marge, how's your laundry?' and 'Hi, I'm a real nice Georgia peach'. Sometimes this work is one step above being a cocktail waitress.
Shoot for the moon,.. And you need to find a cure quickly for this scum-sucking pig of a disease because women rule the world.
I have worked enough and I am happy to be touring the country speaking about living with MS to give people inspiration and motivation to help themselves.
I understand how hard it is to talk to people about MS. You don't want pity or random advice.
I'm wondering if they haven't reported all the people with MS, because if all of the cases were reported, the government would have to step in and give more financial aid to us.
Oddly enough, MS has made my life so much better than it was before. I now appreciate what I have and I am not running around like a rat in a maze.
Take a step back, evaluate what is important, and enjoy life.
I recently saw the movie about Ray Charles, and there's a scene where he falls down and the mother doesn't help him. She says, I don't want anyone to treat you like a cripple. I've fallen down before, and Molly will say, get up and just go.
My doctor said, for want of a better word, now that we've got medicines out here that can help, let's put you on one of them and say we're treating MS.
In addition to having a good partnership with a good doctor, you have to do some of the work yourself. Go online, read about it, and find out what you can tolerate.
Seventy-five percent of MS sufferers are women.
I don't want to say I'm envious of any other woman's body. It's a bad myth to perpetuate. Women have enough trouble liking themselves.
I have heard all kinds of stories about telling employers about MS and I really don't know what the answer is. I am a private person, but I have found support by talking to fellow MSrs in the community.
There are things that you can do today that, years ago, there was nothing. The community today needs to know that with MRI and the current medications the view is good.