The transition from a good day to a bad day can be very smooth and unnoticeable.
Sometimes I find myself having a few good days in a row
I'll end up playing my guitar for hours withoutwanting to stop
Then all of the sudden, I just don't want to touch it anymore
Picking up my guitar and playing it just won't give me that spark like it did a couple days ago
Why is that?
Well I figured it out
I had a few good days, got use to them, then slowly transitioned to a bad day
A bad day full of brain fog, fatigue and total disgust
All without me even noticing
Sometimes you get so use to a bad day that you don't even realize your herxing
So I have learned that when I have no interest in playing my guitar, I am herxing
It is my verification of a bad day
You're killing something that is designed to kill you.
Many of us have and are still going down that road of hell.
Lyme Disease is a bacterium designed to kill whoever it invades.
When you start treatment, you're turning the tables.
Now it's you who is killing the Lyme.
That's like two alpha male lions going at it.
It's a battle of the titans.
A battle that can be won
Many times death comes across our minds as an easy way out and it is!
But there is so much more you'd leave behind.
Remember what it's like to laugh endlessly at something so stupid?
Remember what it's like to love someone and feel it back?
Do you remember what it's like to be human?
Do you remember what it's like to remember at all?
There is a reason you're still alive
Suffering but alive
And that reason is simply because you're not meant to go yet.
If you could understand that though our time on this earth isn't long, someone out there needs you
In a way that words would diminish the meaning
Someone you know or someone you don't
That eventually you'd cross paths with each other and spark what it means to be human.
What it means to be alive
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The LyBlog will focus on my personal battle with chronic Lyme disease,