A Letter A Day… Y

This is day 32 of ‘A Letter A Day’. The last day. It therefore seems fitting that I end on the first letter I received (although, when I chose to post the letters alphabetically I hadn’t joined those dots, so it’s merely serendipity). This letter is anonymous and if you click on the link below, I hope you’ll agree that it tells an important story, beautifully.

Y’s letter

A Letter A Day… Sue

Since her diagnosis with MS sixteen years ago, Sue has become actively involved with the MS Society’s Research Network, working with the media and representing patients’ views on progress in MS research. Please click on the link below to read her powerful diagnosis story.

Sue’s letter

A Letter A Day… Ruth

Today I’m posting a letter from Ruth. In it, she writes, ‘I had my first episode aged 21, during my third year at University – a period of double vision which was terrifying and for a long time no one could tell me what had caused it.’ Please click on the link below to read the rest of her diagnosis story.

Ruth’s letter

A Letter A Day… Rebecca

Today I have the privilege of posting Rebecca’s letter. Her powerful letter ends with the following thought: ‘It isn’t a life I would have chosen for myself or for anyone else, but now I’m on this journey, I’ll do all I can to embrace it.’ Please click on the link below to read her story.

Rebecca’s letter