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The Deafening Silence Returns: Lyme and AIDS.
Do you have any other examples of how AIDS and Lyme disease are similar as epidemics? Or different?
I was really hoping these last few weeks of school would go very smoothly. I’d made it this far, limping metaphorically, but since spring break, I wasn’t doing too horribly. My protocol since March this year has been herbals only, and so the hope… Continue Reading “Ever-Changing Symptoms”
Not as sexy as you think….
I really never knew what “fatigue” was until I contracted Lyme disease. Honestly, I cannot even think of a useful metaphor to describe real life altering fatigue. I could say it feels like cement blocks are tied to your feet, but that truly only… Continue Reading “Fatigue, I Hardly Knew Ye”
Well, my people, it is Sunday afternoon. I’m really happy I survived this past week. I hope all of you did too. I am feeling much better today. Thank you all for your support. Today, I was pretty productive if I do say so… Continue Reading “Tell it Like it Is”
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”
Make that a zero for accomplishments today!
Are my people counting down the days until Christmas? Did you make those brown paper bag reindeer with the colored paper rings to keep track of each day until…? If you celebrate Christmas, well, Happy Christmas! And if you don’t, then Happy ——! We… Continue Reading “Concentration is the Name of the Game”