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bejoy
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Just wanted to send an encouraging note. I just posted my success story, having been free of symptoms for three months.

No more lyme brain. I can even go to the grocery store with the shopping list, and not need to use it.

Bills take an hour to pay instead of most of a Saturday. I just write the checks instead of having to decipher all those little black squiggly lines with messes of envelopes that I left somewhere all over the house, while there is noise and lights and I don't feel good and I think I'm going to pass out, and maybe I'll go read lymet for a while, and what was I doing? oh yeah, the bills.

I feel good. I'm happy. I'm better.

Life is good. You are on your way too, and I look forward to your success stories.

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"Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Wisconsin
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Thank you bejoy. I've been reading your posts, and they're encouraging.

Our son is improving like crazy also. I have made a commitment to myself that I'll come back and report his progress - if it lasts.

I know that when we're in the depths of hopelessness, it's important to hold on to hope. That's what you gave me when I read your first post here...thank you!

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BJK
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COOL!

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Nothing I write here is medical advice...I'm just another lymie sharing how this disease has affected me personally

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Draba
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Ohhh!!! Congratulations. Thats great!! [woohoo]

-Draba

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Really tired of being sick. Wanting to go to college and have a life. Really happy that I have a puppy.

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mtree
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bejoy,

so happy for you......

isn't it amazing how much we took for granted before Lyme......

going to the grocery store...without a list.....good for you!!!!

...and the bills..... [woohoo]

now stay like that !!!!

so happy for you,
[Smile] mtree

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worrying about tomorrow takes its strength away from today

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JOY, what a beautiful word and then adding NO PAIN!!! whoopie; hip hip hooray! [bow]

i'll have to read your success story when i'm in here again! thanks for the encouragement, and that there is LIFE AFTER DEATH...hitting bottom and and swimming to the top again! [group hug] [kiss]

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