Lyme and a Coconut

chronic lyme disease with a taste of nut

Letter From Healthy Me

This. Is. Phenomenal. I wish it would go viral because every chronically ill person needs to read it. You’ll nod, you’ll probably like cry like I did. This could be me. This could be so many of my loved ones who are sick. Thank you to the author who wrote it! I plan on reading and following her blog!! I hope you do too.

Will There be Cake?

Dear Sick Me,

There is an end to this. I know you’re tired and your lips are so chapped from treatment that they are basically falling off and that’s just one of ten things you are frustrated about, but just listen. Actually, the ringing in your ears is beyond deafening so just read. I know you have been ill for a long time. I know you are not your best self. I know how much of an identify shift this has forced upon you. But, believe me, your illness has an expiration date.

You know thosefirst dailyintimations of your illness thatoccur before your eyes have fully opened for the day? The ones that wake with you as you lay in your bed while you lay mildly aware of that beautiful hazy light of a sun not fully risen?You know how before you’ve even completed the disjointed and random dreams…

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