Share Your World, Week #29

Share Your World

Lovely Cee, author of Share Your World, has added another blog about her experiences with Lyme, entitled Chronic Illness Champions.  Cee and Chris,  her partner, write:

“Cee’s Healing Journey” has changed its name to “Chronic Illness Champions”.  We’re making a few changes, ones that we hope you will like.  I’m coming on as a regular contributor instead of being a guest blogger.  Cee and I will be writing together now, so that you will be getting both sides of the story, what it’s like to live with a chronic illness and what it’s like to be a care giver.  Both sides of the story need to be told.

I hope your new blog thrives!

Now, today’s Share Your World questions:

  1. What sound or sounds do you love? Sister S.’ voice on the phone, calling just to talk a while.  And a cat, purring contentedly, in my lap.
  2. If you could be a tree or plant, what would you be?

    The Royal Poinciana
    Image courtesy of Google Images

     The royal poinciana/ link

  3. What is your favorite recipe that was passed down from your mother or grandmother?  Have you mastered it as well as the original?  Mom’s Swiss Steak — no, I haven’t mastered it — no one but my mom can make it this way, with tomato gravy.  YUM!
  4. What is your favorite genre for novels, and why? I’d bet a few of you could fill this one in, for me.  Science Fiction novels, of course.  Ender’s Game, by Orson Scott Card, is in one style I enjoy; technical enough, smart, great plot, great language.  But I have a soft spot in my heart for Robert Heinlein’s later books, which are science fiction soap opera lite.  I suggest The Moon is a Harsh Mistress.
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2 responses to “Share Your World, Week #29

    • Thank you. I have some Lymes info my dad asked me to pass on to you, stuff that he saw when he was at Dr. Whitney’s campus. Dr. Whitney is an osteopath who works with various conditions using nutrients, supplements, and other methods, including, for Lyme Disease, a Hyperbaric Chamber. The story is really quite amazing — this 34 year old man came in in a wheelchair, and left a week later on his own two feet. Let me know where I can get you this additional info, if you want it.

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