As they say a picture says a thousand words. We asked Brenda to share a day in her life through images. Brenda has shared her mottos for a life with MS with us. What’s your motto?

My mum is the strength I need to start every day

My mum is the strength I need to start every day

The happiness of being with my friends

The happiness of being with my friends

 

At university: The challenge of learning

At university: the challenge of learning

 

My dog is my best friend

My dog is my best friend

 

Air acrobatics in silk. God gave me a piece of silk to climb up the sky, and in I learned that growing as a person is climbing without thinking about how high we reach.

Air acrobatics with silk. God gave me a piece of silk to climb up the sky, and I learned that growing as a person is climbing without thinking about how high we might reach.

 

Tango: being surrounded with love

Tango: being surrounded with love

 

My boyfriend is my guide, my mate, my support… he is my smile.

My boyfriend is my guide, my mate, my support… he is my smile.

 

Rollers: Rolling I learned to fall. I also learned not to be afraid of falling.

Rollers: Rolling I learned to fall. I also learned not to be afraid of falling.

 

Giving a kiss. It is important to give always and to give with love.

Giving a kiss: it is important to give always and to give with love.

 

Receiving a kiss: because in giving love, you receive love.

Receiving a kiss: because in giving love, you receive love.

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Visit the World MS Day website to read Brenda’s motto’s for identity, relationships and the future and to share your own. What’s your motto?