All in all I have lots of things to be thankful for, no matter how small they may seem. To people who are healthy it seems like no big deal to shower and go to Thanksgiving dinner. It seems like an every day thing that gets taken for granted. For me, it's gold medal worthy, I want to hug my body and say "thank you thank you for cooperating!" The road to healing is slow, and by God it takes a lot of work to see progress, but it's coming around ever so slowly.
Still no improvement by the way of neurological issues. But I'm hoping by next year I can be saying my thanks for that improvement specifically. :) A girl can dream!
Anyway, I wanted to just do a quick update for those of you following along. And as always I really hope my positive posts can encourage some of you reading this. I get a lot of emails from fellow Lymies who were newly diagnosed and feeling scared and hopeless. I get it, I really really get it. I was in those shoes too. It's a terrifying place to be, but I always found that by seeing others improve it gave me great hope. It showed me that it's possible, despite how impossible it may feel. So just know that it IS possible, you will most certainly get better, but you must have the patience.