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Color Me Lyme by Terry Mayfield, The Blathering Lymi.. - 3M ago

    The shortest distance between two points is a straight line. ~Archimedes Short, straight distances between points A and B rarely apply to daily life. Well, except for math. And architecture. Oh, and infrastructure. Art. Sports. Nature… Okay, so straight lines, short and otherwise, are everywhere in our lives. But not without a few curves, humps, and dips along the way. Peaks and valleys. Ebb and flow. Wax and wane. Ups and downs. Choose a clever idiom of choice....

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Color Me Lyme by Terry Mayfield, The Blathering Lymi.. - 4M ago

What a jouney – this gig of trying to regain one’s health. Pesky layers of illness. Layers and layers. Debilitating. Life-altering. Complicated. Frustrating. And at times, stratospherically overwhelming. That’s a lot of overwhelmingness! Totally been cramping my sassy style! Here’s where science, advanced medical research, and the development of new treatments swoop in for the rescue. Or what every living being suffering with disease, ailments, or injury hopes anyway. Thank goodness for all science-y peeps who do medical science-y things....

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Color Me Lyme by Terry Mayfield, The Blathering Lymi.. - 4M ago

Hope. By definition : to cherish a desire with anticipation : to want something to happen or be true.  (Merriam. Or Webster) Holding on to Hope. The act of grasping; keeping; retaining the afore mentioned. (me) More than four simple words forming a catchy phrase. For this sickly adult female person, these words represent sincere feelings–wants-passion of significant value; my mantra. Desires and deep hopefulness take on many different colors, shapes, and sizes. Hope is an important must have for every living being. Focusing on and clinging to uplifting, optimistic wishes and passions helps to keep...

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  18 Months Post SVF Stem Cells  Wow! Time sure flies when you’re having fun. Wait. What? Oh, I see what I did. Silly me. I typed the phrase we’re all familiar with. Muscle memory inside this noggin of mine must have kicked-in. Left-brained me knows better than to refer to the past year-and-a-half as “fun”. This healing gig has been an adventure, yes. But fun? Ummm…not so much. No offense intended to my stem cells. Just keeping it real!...

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Color Me Lyme by Terry Mayfield, The Blathering Lymi.. - 7M ago

Life. Is. A. Gift.  It is fragile. And precious. And at times…crazy complicated. Let me begin by stating how much I’m a huge fan of life. Especially the most precious of moments. The complicated pieces-parts that make one question aspects within this amazing life…not my fave. I realize it’s an all-inclusive package deal, and yes, that which does not kill us makes us stronger (thank you Nietzsche). But, geesh…do you ever feel that all this “strength” is downright exhausting? Strength does not come from...

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