The night gave way to the joy of morning, and the stars flew away.
Nobody can take away your pain, but don’t let pain take away your happiness.
Eight more days until the most important show of my life! This show is for everyone who is or knows someone who is fighting the invisible. The show is an original play with music, all written and arranged by my dad, William H. Waxman, and will take place at 8pm on May 18th, 2013 at the Center Stage Theater in Santa Barbara, CA. All of the proceeds go to the National Fibromyalgia Research Association to help find a cure for this debilitating disease. There will be a pre-show at 7pm. The show will be taped as well! We’ve had a lot of press coverage and are expecting a lot of people, so if you know for sure you are going, you can purchase a ticket online at centerstagetheater.org.
We hope to see you there!
Omgosh… This is amazing.
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Hey all, I’m sorry if I haven’t been as active on here. I considered closing this blog but I came back to find so many new followers and it reminded me of why I made this blog in the first place. So because of all of you, I’ll keep it open to share information and support. I’m not the one with lyme disease so advice and being able to relate isn’t really my forte but I wanted to share with you a profile page of my cousin who does have lyme disease. She’s recently started a deviantART profile where she shares her day to day experiences with lyme and treatments. I’d definitely recommend following her on there or bookmarking her profile page because no matter what you’re going through, it helps knowing that others are there with you and can relate. I’ll continue with this blog and I hope you check out her new profile as well. Here is the link to her page: http://lymewyn.deviantart.com/
Gotta be head strong.
[Image: 6-piece blue colored background with a Siamese cat.Text reads: “Be pain-free and not able to leave the house or be in pain and able to leave the house. You choose.”]
Everyone knows that you shouldn’t drive while on narcotics. In order for me to be pain-free, or somewhat pain-free, I have to take Vicodin. So everyday I get the choice of: being able to leave the house while in an extreme amount of pain or not being able to leave the house while having relief from the pain.
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