chronic lyme disease with a taste of nut
Because I’m currently too sick to give a proper update, I’m once again letting you listen to Tara over at Will There Be Cake 🎂 because I like her voice better, anyway.
In this blog post, Tara speaks candidly and courageously about an aspect of “healing” too many people either ignore or hide.
Do yourself a favor and read!
Soooo… I’ve been under a bit of a writer’s block. I’m not even going to pretend I know when my last post was, because I don’t, and I didn’t check. I can give a myriad of excuses, watch me. I’ve been feeling better. I’m in school now. Chemistry requires a lot of homework. I’m getting back into domestic duties. A few siblings are living with us right now and frankly, hanging out with them during free time is more fun than blogging. I’m just more busy these days.
See? But on the other hand, if I’m being honest, a more sinister reason trumps all. I have spent the last handful of months experiencing a very unexpected, very oddly-timed, season of grief.
Those around me for the past few years that I have been sick or in treatment have frequently commended my strength. And it’s true, I did notice during those…
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