Have you taken a Bite Out of Lyme disease yet?
If you haven’t, we’d highly encourage you to join this Wyoming family, and thousands of families (and teams, celebrities, news stations, and public figures) across and beyond the nation in doing so. It encourages patients, spreads awareness, and raises money for Lyme disease research. All funds raised through challenges and t-shirt sales go to ILADS.
Continue reading Featured Lyme Disease Challenge ~ Buffie LaRocca, Cheyene WY
As we said in part one, there are a LOT of moms living with Lyme disease in Rocky Mountain states and provinces. Some contracted Lyme here, some did not, and some don’t know, but we all face unnecessary obstacles to diagnosis and care that could be reduced or eliminated through better awareness, better treatment guidelines, and better policies and application of guidelines in our respective local areas.
Continue reading Rocky Mountain Moms With Lyme, Part Two ~ Happy Mother’s Day!
These moms and many more are living with Lyme Disease in Northern Rocky Mountain states. Just surviving this illness makes them all heroes. But the longer they live with this illness, the more they learn, and the more people they reach, in their communities and beyond.
Please note that there are many more than those mentioned here making a difference. This is just a starter set, because May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and because we are heading toward Mother’s Day.
Continue reading Rocky Mountain Moms With Lyme, Part One ~ Making A Difference
We are STILL behind in celebrating our ‘launch’ on May 1, but our reasons are very good, very exciting, and also very behind the scenes!
So….why bring it up?
Partly to convey that our lack of published posts and photos are due to contributions to a good cause and to the greater good of our greater collective cause. But also to offer a little encouragement toward keeping pace, as best as one can, for an increasingly momentous month that I really believe many of us will remember for years to come.
Continue reading May Is Lyme Awareness Month ~ Help This One Make History!