Well, if working at a high school, filled with changing-every-day children wasn't enough of a source of "something new every day," the scenery on the MS road changes all the time. Sometimes, while you're looking right at it.
My first tip-off that something might be wrong, two years before The Diagnosis, was "sort-of numbness" in my legs. That, actually, has been changing.
The part of my legs that had been "sort of" numb, is actually starting to do quite a bit better. The diffuse probably-something-neurological ache is abating, I'm getting better surface/touch sensitivity, not just there but all over my legs.
Below the knee, sort-of-numbness (what I've called for a while "data corruption") seems to now becoming replaced by actual numbness. Walking around over the past couple of days, especially going up stairs, "sort of" sensation was replaced by full-on dental-anesthesia-grade numbness.
Something new every day. The world obliges your needs in the most interesting ways, does it not?