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Friday, February 4, 2011

Timeline of my story

I wanted to make a timeline so that it would be another visual of my story, since reading my story takes a while. This just has the major, basic things. I will add it to the top of my blog under the category "My Story".

Click on it to make it larger so you can read it!


3 comments:

  1. 2006? I had no idea!! Perspective: my daughter was 1 in November of 2006, she is now 5! I mean 2 years of treatment is a long time, but I never knew how long you were sick before you were diagnosed!! Blessings! Blessings! Blessings to you!!

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  2. Today I was told that one of the girls in my youth group had Lyme disease a few years ago, but no longer has any symptoms or problems associated with it. If it wasn't for your story I wouldn't have had a clue what they were talking about. But I was surprised because now, to my knowledge she is completely healthy. Is it possible to be healed of it if it's early on?

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  3. Shannon FiorelloMay 25, 2011 at 4:17 PM

    I just heard that Chuck Norris is coming out with a new book on lyme so I was googling to see if I could find anything on it yet and I ran across your blog. I always appreciate people who are willing to share their experience with this disease. It is very encouraging. I spent 9 weeks in Reno last year and we just got back from our 4th visit there. My 8 year old daughter is also being treated for lyme. She will love your story about Chuck Norris being afraid of the butt shot:-) She does them 3x a week. I have appreciated so much the friendships that we have formed over there with both the patients and the staff. My daughter loves "Nurse Eileen" and "Mr. Gene" so much that she can't wait to go the the clinic even though she does butt shots and pushes while she's there. God bless you as you continue on. Shannon

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