On a Friday morning, this is what looks beautiful to a person with chronic Lyme disease

14 Sep

This is what a person with Lyme Disease thinks looks beautiful on a Friday morning.

See? Those with chronic Lyme are just like  other people,

except that they are sick.

On 9/11, this is what a person with chronic Lyme disease thinks about

11 Sep

This is what a person with Lyme Disease is thinking about on this day, 9/11.

See? Those with chronic Lyme are just like  other people,

except that they are sick.

On a Friday morning, this is what looks beautiful to a person with chronic Lyme disease

7 Sep

This is what a person with Lyme Disease thinks looks beautiful on a Friday morning.

See? Those with chronic Lyme are just like  other people,

except that they are sick.

This is how you keep in touch when you have chronic Lyme disease

6 Sep

This is how you keep in touch with your son who has chronic Lyme disease now that he has gone back to school.

“Hello? Is everything okay? Are you sure? “

On a Friday morning, this is what looks beautiful to a person with chronic Lyme disease

31 Aug

This is what a person with Lyme Disease thinks looks beautiful on a Friday morning.

See? Those with chronic Lyme are just like  other people,

except that they are sick.

This is how you send you son off to college when he has chronic Lyme disease

29 Aug

Have you packed your supplements? C, D, and E? Do you have your cane, just in case you need it? Moisturizer? Do you have that little thing that makes blending the powder into juice easier?

Don’t forget to eat healthy food. Drink plenty of water. Make sure you get enough sleep.

Stay healthy and have a good year at college.

This is what you send your son back to college with when he has chronic Lyme disease

28 Aug

This is what you send your son back to college with when he has chronic Lyme disease. It’s a set of blessing beads, like the one you carry but a friend (a really good friend) made some using green beads, the universal color for the fight against Lyme disease.

It’s a reminder to be grateful for what you have, to be kind to others by sending healing thoughts their way, and it’s a way to remember that you are not your disease.

You are so much more.

You are a caring, intelligent, strong, and funny person with an incredible support and cheering section standing always right behind you. You are going to make a positive change in the world.

Always remember that you are so much more.

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