It’s Lyme Time!

Image by Harumi Horii

Image by Harumi Horii

“What to do if you find yourself stuck in a crack in the ground underneath a giant boulder you can’t move, with no hope of rescue? Consider how lucky you are that life has been good to you so far. Alternatively, if life hasn’t been good to you so far, which given your current circumstances seems more likely, consider how lucky you are that it won’t be troubling you much longer.” 
― Douglas Adams, The Original Hitchhiker Radio Scripts

I’m really grateful.  I’ve had four glorious days of feeling pretty much human. Almost normal.  No great pain, no vomiting or diarrhea, none of the horrible things that seem to categorise much of being treated for Lyme disease and other various co-infections.

Well, kiss that goodbye. Yesterday I rolled from one high dose antibiotic to another, and suddenly it’s not pretty.

I won’t bore you with the details. Let’s just say one moment I was doing okay and the next minute it was a rapid downhill.

Suffice to say I feel like I am dying. Look like I am dying.  Smell like I am dying.

Bio Hazard Eye by Texler

Bio Hazard Eye by Texler

Brain’s just not working well enough for me to write anything pretty or useful for you.

And don’t even talk to me about food.

I’ll do my best to be back on deck as soon as I can.  But for now I am a bio-hazard.

Oh well.  C’est la vie…

I can do this!

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And anyway…

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30 thoughts on “It’s Lyme Time!

  1. Sending you a big bisou and wishing you a painless time, as possible, with this not-so-nice day in your battle against Lyme xx

  2. Just about to do a mediation so will put you in my prayers, sending you healing love and light and may the angels bring you comfort
    yes you can do this
    love you
    xxoo

  3. Sending you LOVE and wishing I could be there to help you out somehow… DAMN!!! (had to let that out — now back to Ommm and sending you LOVE) xox

  4. You will be better. I know you have tried all the stuff there is to do ….Have you ever heard of “soursop? I googled it for my hubby’s problems and it seems to have many curative powers and is non reactive with most phrma. I’ll be thinking of you with aloha.

  5. You are in my thoughts and I am sending strong messages your way Nicole. Huge huge huge love and hugs (PS Can’t wait for Ch 2 of your owl + aboriginal story!! You have my attention!)

  6. Oh my Nicole! Haven’t been blogging in some time and for some reason today I was guided to open your post. So sorry to hear this. Life has a way of really surprising us , doesn’t it? You will be in my prayers each day, loving Reiki energies will find their way to you and intent for full, quick and easy healing with the best possible outcome for your higher good according to Divine will. with huge doses of Love Light and JOY thrown in for good measure. xoxoxoxo

  7. hang in there Nicole!!! You’re doing great. So enjoying the story of your past which you’ve been sharing xoxo

  8. You have the strength to get through it this time as you have in the past. I’m with everyone else, urging you to hang in there and wait for this particular horror to pass. Rest, look after yourself and know that this is just a part of the journey, albeit a nasty one that you would much rather not have to deal with. I know you won’t give up, and you have supporters all over the place sending their love and energies straight to you.

  9. Doesn’t this damn Lyme disease know that you have stories and blog posts to write?!? Well, the fact that you are still writing every day says it ALL. Thank you for showing what it means to live with grace and grit. With you on your journey and sending you love and support. —Nicole

  10. during my yoga class meditation this morning i sent you a healing around the globe in a rainbow bubble of light. sending lots of love! pamela

  11. Only just catching up with your blog Nicole. What you have been through. I hope that by the time you read this that battle is over and the strength of the awfulness was the start of the antibiotics working and the disease fighting with you.. and that you are winning. It sounds so awful ( I read your post from Feb this evening about it). I think Lyme is very rare in the UK so I don’t know a lot about it. Sending rose light. I don’t know why that’s just what I feel. with love Gabs

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