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                                                             See the World through the eyes of a Photographer who has Chronic Lyme Disease...

 

The Suffering Goes On 12 Months A Year...

There are people fighting an invisible illness every day, all over this world, called Chronic Lyme Disease. They experience more pain than you can even imagine.  They lose everything they own due to this heinous disease: their jobs, all their money, relationships and even the ability to walk. No one is helping them and society doesn't even know they are suffering in silence. It is time for average, healthy citizens to take notice of this disease and step up to help these people who cannot fight for themselves. Please read on and take up our cause in some way.

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Frustration with Facebook...

So, I have been trying desperately to open a Facebook page so that my blog pages will go directly to FB whenever I post them. Originally...

No news is good news...

As I have been stating for weeks now, I was going to put a news section at the bottom of my website that was going to have a live...

The envelope, please...

You go to the mailbox everyday expecting to see the usual suspects, bills, junk mail, maybe the occasional hand written letter from a...

Dribs and Drabs...

I have determined by examining the results of the last post I put up and the statistics that came in that you guys REALLY LIKE PHOTOS!!!!...

MRI's don't lie...

Remembered that left arm pain I was talking about in my last post? Well, a lot has gone on since the last time I wrote to you. Over the...

Bound to happen...

I truly didn't think that this was even possible. For a woman who is capable of writing for 12-15 hours a day, a writer who is commonly...

 

The St. John's River

Jacksonville, Florida

Unique in that it flows UPSTREAM from the Atlantic Ocean, the St. John's River is the life's blood of Jacksonville, Florida. The city revolves around events that take place in and around the river and over the eight years that I had the honor to live on her banks, she showed her many faces. Here are just some of the few that I caught...

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