" I went from a cane to a quad cane, eventually to a walker and then to a scooter. And then when I went into the scooter, when I sort of lost the ability to walk, that’s when I thought, 'Oh my god, I’m not even 30, I don’t have a husband, who’s gonna want to marry a woman in a wheelchair?' I just really thought my life was over,” said Jennifer. Dan, 43, and Jennifer Digmann, 41, have been married for 10 years. Dan was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis in 2000 while Jennifer was diagnosed in 1997 with relapsing-remitting MS which was reclassified to secondary-progressive MS. “I knew going into it what this could entail in terms of being the caregiver for somebody who can’t walk, who needs my assistance on things,” said Dan. They share quiet moments together, like digging through a bowl of popcorn to find the half popped kernels to sitting on the couch together until they can’t keep their eyes open, just to spend a few extra hours together. “If I’m at home for the weekend and I know I need gas in my car, just to take those 20 minutes to go up to the gas station, I’m just thinking, 'That just sucks,' cause that’s 20 minutes that I can’t be with Jennifer,” said Dan.