I have a good excuse for being late with this Wine with Mallery, promise. This isn’t going to be a funny, or only funny to the Schuplins, Wine with Mallery. Today’s video is about 50 minutes long because it is the shortened version of my journey with Multiple Sclerosis. This is a true
Whine Wine with Mallery video so be prepared. You can’t tell me that you didn’t realize it was called Whine with Mallery! 😉
Wine with Mallery cliff notes for those who can’t watch the video…
I know this video about Multiple Sclerosis is really long and not very funny, it’s still a good story if you are interested in the topic. Maybe I just think it is a good story because it is my story? Multiple Sclerosis has definitely developed me into the person I am today. I have become a lot more laid back and try my hardest not to get worked up over things that don’t matter. Be happy you wake up in the morning, you can walk, you can see and you can take care of your children. The biggest thing I have learned is not to take things for granted.
Topics in the video:
How my journey with Multiple Sclerosis started.
Who gets Multiple Sclerosis.
Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis.
How I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
Treating Multiple Sclerosis with Tysabri.
Trader Joe’s 2010 Roccalta Sangiovese
This was a tasty red wine that I can see not being so tasty if you don’t decant it for a little while. One day you will stop drinking your red wine before you decant it! It is good enough that I can see myself pairing this wine with a pasta dish or just throwing it back on a random night. This Sangiovese is one heck of a deal at $3.99! It is a 13%, spicy nose wine! Yum!