Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy Birthday, USA!

I've had to spend most of today in bed but I get to go out to dinner tonight and then to a special event :)

Hope my entire country had a happy birthday!

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  1. Some people tell me "oh I did natural it did not work for me" and I say "oh did you?" I did natural it kicked my ass, I felt like I took on a very intense second job because I was doing something natural every waking hour. Some of the things I did were the most rigorous things I have ever done and it cured my cancer. Now if you feel that was the natural that you did do not bother reading any further otherwise Lupus is an autoimmune disease; these diseases are interesting and scary there are approximately 80 to 100 with another 40 waiting for a name. Medical science cannot explain why and has not found a cure for even one. You can trigger one of them just by having an auto accident, taking aspirin, medication or by starting a new exercise routine, even too much stress says latest research. Have you changed anything in your life, "Look for the root, it is in the basics beginning with what is on your fork, what toxins are in your body, what exercise do you do, what stress is in your life, what is your spiritual base". Scientific arrogance has led us down the wrong path we better stop and take a close look at what is happening. This month 144 new chemicals which are part of the Lupus problem will be added too industry with no oversight control at all. Autoimmune disease is the worst kind of contradiction; for a Lupus sufferer you are attacking your own body with your immune system, a world upside down. God bless you in your search.


  2. Good morning. Wanted to let you know I spotlighted your blog on the LFA's blog. Check it out.

    Wishing you a great week.


  3. I just read your blog, almost the whole thing...seriously! I too have Lupus, among many many other things, and it felt good to read that I am not the only one who feels the way I do...about so many things you listed-prednisone, horrible nurses that know better, doctor horror stories and the whole insurance thing...thank you! I know what you go through, and think it is great that you have this blog. Hope you are feeling better and take care ;-) Shannon


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I've travelled the distance from an Ivy League college to decades of enforced poverty--because I've needed to qualify for government health care in the U.S., since being diagnosed with lupus at the age of 23. I have a personal blog at that I've had so long I'm probably stuck with :) My other blogs are here on blogger...