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kam
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A new week. It was good to read the posts from last week.

Looking for some good moments to happen this week...those kind of moments that keep us going.

But, know that we also will have not so good moments which seem to be so much more stressful since coming down with lyme and company.

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having a hard time today. really sleepy. hard to wake. I hate this feeling.
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Melissa, Just doing a bit of dreaming today about the healing ranch or at least having someone to pat us on the head and tell us it is going to be OK.

And to take care of things when we are not able to and to figure out what the next course of treatment would be to help.

Looking forward to hearing about your next feel good moment or a moment of things might just be OK

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thanks Kam! A place like that sounds great!

feel good moment-

4 year old son said to me "mommy, you make my heart so happy"

now that is what makes my life worth living!

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That is a very good moment!
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My husband is being treated by Dr. J in KS (since a week ago Monday) and the improvement is amazing. He's been a member of Lymenet since 2005, most of you know him as gwb.

I have not seen him this good in 2 or 3 years. He is posting about it on Lymenet and if anyone is interested the thread is:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/89968?

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Wow. The best moment. Going to read his post now.
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kam, it IS the best moment and we're praying this is just the beginning of Gary's total recovery.

He will continue to post from home and I'll keep adding my "two cents worth" [Smile] .

Have a blessed day.

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Daisy...still have not been able to read his post yet but will when the eyes are doing better.

Good moment. Had a mini vacation yesterday. I was able to drive around and be out in the snow a bit.

Beautiful.

Looks like I need to rest today even though we got more snow last night.

WE get just enough snow here to make it fun!

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Had a a couple of those feel good moments this am...thankful I was able to get up and get out....saw a student with a backpack walking in the snow...it was a kodak moment.

he was dressed like a commercial

Then saw the beautiful snow covered rim at that point in the road that always gives a beautiful view.

But, then got to the dog park and life became an uphill climb...need to just not stop when I see that an old dog park buddy is there...tooo much for me to talk to her and listen to her and too much biting in play from her dog on my dog...so left.

Brain and body just can't handle it. I was quickly reminded I was not "normal" like I felt for a few minutes this am.

Note to self: go where it is quiet and you have the place to yourself and there is nature next time.

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