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Lindsay

California
  Six months ago, I was diagnosed with Ehrlichea, Bartonella, Babesia, and Chronic Lyme Disease. Currently 19 years of age, I have been sick for an estimated fifteen years. I began blogging as a means to identify with those struggling through similar life lemons; in essence- flavor as... Full Bio
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Alright. I'm here in Friday ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Alright. I'm here in Friday Harbor. I've had a difficult time. I was taking Echinacea for a cold, which was then giving me unsuspected die off. I'm still trying to get my ... Read on »
Also- medicinal jazz in the fo ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Also- medicinal jazz in the form of Charles Mingus lends momentum to choreographed still. Read on »
I am creating a scrapbook of m ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I am creating a scrapbook of monolith proportions. Many things have altered under the pressure of this illness. I will divulge them later. For now I am simply touching base ... Read on »
I am now on the full dose of t ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I am now on the full dose of three antibiotics, adding another on Monday. I am surprised at my tolerance level, though it feels certain symptoms trickle in slowly. Full body ... Read on »
I find it perplexing that an A ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I find it perplexing that an Asian porn website has spammed a blog such as this. Each post is met with yet another tribute to Asian girl number three's bare chest. Where is ... Read on »
I want to write, so this is wh ... by Lindsay 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I want to write, so this is where I will. It won't be witty or enlightening. I hope it is comfortable, I want to find someplace to write where I can be myself, not have to p ... Read on »
The illness is no longer a mas ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease The illness is no longer a master but a prison. What I truly want someday is to exist free. Read on »
Through those around me I am a ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Through those around me I am able to eat cookies, cake, ice cream- vicariously, of course. For a year and a half I have refrained from sugar, fruit, gluten, and dairy. I cra ... Read on »
Today, I am riddled with anxie ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Today, I am riddled with anxiety. I am exhausted. For the first time in over a year, I cheated my diet in slight and combined brown rice with egg. The product was a series o ... Read on »
Tonight, I had a small dinner ... by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Tonight, I had a small dinner party with my mom and aunt. This is what I made 1) thyme and Parmesan crackers 2) salmon beurre blanc with snow peas 3) chocolate panna cott ... Read on »
(LOST TIME) Vivo-city by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease I am listening to Air while shooting it, faceless, in the dark of a 16 hour sleep cycle. I wrote a poem the other day. I am growing weary simply typing this. I am not writin ... Read on »
A by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease My emotions, arid falls. Read on »
A Debate by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Life has been undoubtedly fulfilling as lately, I have started to, dare I say, think consciously.  I've begun to notice an issue that has been under direct culmination ... Read on »
A Quick Word by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Nausea. I am currently high dosing it on shambles of phraseology, aka writing floral without the musk of a point. Maybe there is no point this evening, though it is ha ... Read on »
A Ramadan Of A Thing by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease This may be extremely odd, but I have decided, in a vastly desirous state to share my story, to add photos to the mix. Schedule: 8:00 am- The experience of w ... Read on »
A Tonsil Recovery Map (Thus Far) by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Day 1: The Surgery I spent the majority of my ride home, aware and speaking. I nearly vomited due to anesthesia, though I have a special trick for when this happens and t ... Read on »
Abilified by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Better, better. The crisis has experienced a fading kind of death, though the remnants of its presence still remain. I feel fatigued. I am now on 10 mg of Abi ... Read on »
Abilify and Onset Symptoms by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease Rough morning. Though the 6 mg of Abilify is working, the initial symptoms have arisen as if each were bent on murder. Last night, I wrote down the majority of my dent ... Read on »
Acupuncture and Lyme Disease by Lindsay Posted in: Blog Posts in Lyme Disease A Word on Acupuncture: Recently, I have begun to see an acupuncturist to help relieve pain, inflammation, toxicity, and fatigue. I entered the arena believing the prac ... Read on »