Time to leap off of stepping stone one…

This morning I received my infusion of Tysabri ($16000 every 28 days) for relapsing and remitting multiple sclerosis.  It’s always amazing  to me how awful I feel the last day but looking back, I continued to fight to feel normal for the last week before.  Add heat and totally weirdness is my normal.  Something like tightening  a screw can be a challenge.  Cognitive and making correct decisions not always there when this happens.  I tend to not take care of myself as well and that makes all gets worse. I am thankful as almost 6 years ago this was full time and worse…. This last week has been a challenge with the memorial  day holiday, pending leap to next stone, a bit of sadness of leaving a great community.  With this morning getting my infusion, I Now  feel strong, confident and not filled with anxiety again. Phew I got this! Yup! I do love when I have my infusion (not 3 pokes  though  and tears after 2nd….ouch!)
Feeling like a rock star again, and even in 80 degrees, I slipped into cooler cooer clothes, time to pack up mMazie.  Wow did I have a lot of yard art in my little “Katrina’s corner” ? I am doing this leaping process slowly and really thinking about organizing as I go and yup you guessed it….more purging. 80 degress and really over heated but I did it.  I am now ready to breakdown inside
#tootlingtranquilitytinyhouse . Tomarrow will be finish inside, buckle up outside (hoses, electric, utilities etc) a nice walk with the  pups and then LEAP to next stepping stone at 7500 feet in the mountains of Colorado.  I am really looking forward to seeing snow again and cooler temps.
I have enjoyed my time here and have met so many amazing people all with their own stories.  We are all going thru life on different paths but it’s nice when they meet for moments in our life time. I always seem to be open yo all the lessons of each meeting.  I am so greatful for all the help and friendships I have received here at Riverview Rv park in Loveland.  Not only have I learned a lot if  tiny life 101, I have loved feeling like I was living on a farm with a organic garden, chickens, cows, a river and of course them being  dog friendly.

Feeling very greatful…and ready to leap to new journeys ♡♡♡

Humphreys first time going down the stairs.   Tears of joy…this will work, we are a tribe of 10 paws…walking and kayaking
on to amazing journeys.

This is just a reflection of our mini pebble and the final sunset before our first real move♡♡♡


I am looking forward to less tiny life learning 101 and the start of helping others as a Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, specializing in supporting people in their own journey to reinvent their lives through a total transformation after a diagnoses of multiple sclerosis.


Katrina and 8 paws









Categories: Dodge Ram 3500, Feel the fear and do it anyways, gratitude, Happy Healthy Pups, ms, multiple sclerosis, tiny house living, Tootling Tranquility Tiny House #TootsTinyHouse, travel video blog, Tumbleweed Tiny House Company


  1. Katrina
    Penny and I enjoyed reading your blog , Your life’s challenges will surely be useful to others going through difficult and trying times.
    Being neighbors here at Manor RV Park for a short time has allowed us to appreciate our health and to get a chance to see a cute Tiny House up close is a plus!!
    Praying your health continues to improve with each passing day


    • Dan and Penny thank you so much for your support. Transitions can be hard but easier when I meet leople like you guys and I feel in my sould this is right. I have angels and you are examples of that!♡


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