I'm 37 and married. My wife and I foster medically fragile kids, and we adopted 2 of them in 2009. Life has been pretty darn good to me. MS is just a way of playing the good game out with the difficulty setting at "hard."
"The Life Well Lived" originates from my answer how I would wish a biography of my life to be titled. Over time, the title has come to mean many things to me including what I wish for all of my family, all of my life's goals, how I wish to be thought of, and how I measure the success or failure of any given day in my life. Years later, I would still hope to achieve the title. It's just as with most things in life, the goal is both a more defined abstract and ever more difficult to reach as I travel ever further down the path.
My wife and I foster medically fragile children, and we have been lucky enough to adopt two of them. I've been diagnosed with MS for 7 years now, and while there have been scary moments, I am fairly stable now.