Selma Blair Posts Touching Video About Motherhood And MS

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Today was tough. I couldn’t get out. This was yesterday. Joy. My son hitched a ride and we had a perfect day. I so wish this @the_alinker_world game changer of a mobility aid for people who need and want and are willing to really give it a go. It keeps me going right now thinking people lives are changing for the better. I didn’t think I would be in this state of health with a young kid. I didn’t think I would ever need a cane or wheelchair or mobility aid until well into old age. But here we are. I am happy. I wish I could ride and compete and carry my son and work right now but the work on myself takes precedent. I want this aid for so many people. I am tempted to call my friends and ask? Can we give an #alinker together to someone who has an active campaign going on @the_alinker_world site ? I don’t want to be pushy. But it feels good to help. Spread the word. It’s a community that helps you live again. This walking bike is my lifeline to outside. And that is joy. Let me know. We can post together. Love, pushy blair. Who cares a lot. #alinker @the_alinker_world #changing lives while #arthursaintbleick rides on my life ­čśé

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“It keeps me going right now, thinking people lives are changing for the better,” she wrote.
    She’s been using the bike for a few months, telling followers to “spread the word,” she adds. “It’s a community that helps you live again.”
    “I didn’t think I would be in this state of health with a young kid,” she wrote in the post. “I didn’t think I would ever need a cane or wheelchair or mobility aid until well into old age. But here we are. I am happy. I wish I could ride and compete and carry my son and work right now, but the work on myself takes precedent. This walking bike is my lifeline to outside. And that is joy.”

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