Tag: treatment

Nobody Said it was Going to be Easy

TGIF! Wow. What a week. I really hope yours was better than mine. As I have mentioned in some of my previous posts Turbulence of Lyme Symptoms, Fire in the Hole, and Derailed, there is a lot of inconsistency in how Lyme will manifest itself each… Continue Reading “Nobody Said it was Going to be Easy”

A Reality Check

It’s December 12th, heading swiftly towards that blinged-out-commercialized-day of Christmas. I’ve put up a few decorations, the tree, some lights outdoors. The weather has been in the highs of 78-80 this week, but it is now pouring down rain and windy as all get… Continue Reading “A Reality Check”

Proceed with Caution!

Life is a Roller coaster right now…..

Warm, Warm, Cold!

It was 80 degrees here yesterday, a/c on, hair frizzies and such abounded. Today? Why, it is 46 degrees! Getting up was tough. It was a 3 hour process. We woke up at 5 a.m. Hub’s alarm went off; he was taking the kids… Continue Reading “Warm, Warm, Cold!”

My Life is Fleeting One

Trying to get through this….

On the Antibiotic Wagon

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I hope everyone is staying cool. Temperatures here have been raging at around 105 degrees and that is the REAL temperature, not the heat index which is even higher. For the love of God, it is hot. Between noon and about 7 p.m., it… Continue Reading “On the Antibiotic Wagon”

Cry Baby!

So I’ve been quite weepy this weekend. I’m not going to say I never cry, but for the most part, this is a rare occurrence. Basically, I cried some on the way home from work on Friday, cried myself to sleep last night and… Continue Reading “Cry Baby!”

Accepting or Embracing Chronic Lyme

Howdy, fellows! I think I may have mentioned before that I am in the process of accepting, or at least trying to accept, the fact that this disease is going to take a while to shake off. Not only am I struggling to come… Continue Reading “Accepting or Embracing Chronic Lyme”

The Snowglobe

Lately, I have been struggling with the fact that my life has changed. When I first started treatment for Lyme disease, my mindset was that I get through this. I was willing to put in the time. I figured a year would be sufficient.… Continue Reading “The Snowglobe”

Boredom

So since I am a teacher, I have about 2 months off. Now, granted, this time is filled with some work such as professional workshops, trainings, interviewing candidates, working on lesson plans. Still though, is is a nice chunk of time to call “vacation”.… Continue Reading “Boredom”

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