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Posted on January 30, 2019 at 7:20 PM Comments comments (3)
 WOW, Linda and I at were called to a home by about 1 1/2 years ago. We found a family stressed out, all looked very tired. Their voices were tense and fearful. They were losing a battle with their teenager. We listened for some time and I was convinced this was another missed case of Lyme disease and coinfections. Linda and I remained in contact as we helped the family develop a plan. We learn in the Lyme world that plans are made to be broken and reset often. The teenager has gone through some really serious psychiatric and neurologic issues. We were invited back yesterday after a lengthy conversation with mom on the phone. Wow, this teenager, even though the patient is stabilized with meds for now.
Linda and I went home with great pride that we could help them get their family back. We are confident that in time, this teen will do ok. So many out there will not make it, will take their life, or someone else's, because they were missed by the medical knowledge that has no clue. This is not the first we have been called to and will not be the last. This is a proud day.

A quote from Dave

Posted on July 27, 2014 at 9:02 AM Comments comments (0)
   It is raining, cleansing our used breath, giving us yet another gulp of unsoiled life.
           David R Thomas


Posted on July 1, 2014 at 10:22 AM Comments comments (0)
  I have been a very busy guy with trying to get my book organized and ready to reprint, added too and properly edited. But then comes a time to take a break from the business and take a call to go talk to somebody or just get away from it all. This brings me to an experience that I had recently and it left us feeling still useful in our fight for good health.
  I was called to a home yesterday to talk about Lyme. We met 2 wonderful young people, one 78 yrs. and the other 80 I believe. Both tested positive and starting meds. and unfamiliar with the lyme life of a lyme sufferer. Linda and I meet all ages with this terrible disease. These people have been diagnosed previously with many of the ageing ailments of the elderly and just talking with them and there enthusiasm for life. You could tell they were two kids thrown out of there element. Many had them crazy or senile, wearing down from old age but I seen two people seeking quality of life for the remaining days , months, or yrs. they have left. They have clearly been through hell chasing diagnosis's and now they have a direction and goal. My wife and I felt good leaving there with an invite back.


Posted on December 15, 2013 at 12:32 PM Comments comments (3)
   After a 9 inch snow I went out finely to shovel sidewalk, driveway at 8:30 this AM. Got a fair start of about ten feet when it was time too rest when a neighbor down the street saw me and came right up the sidewalk and lightened my load for me a quite a bit. I asked him how much I owed him and he said nothing. Then he asked if there was stones in my driveway and I said yes. He slid his four wheeler in gear and very gingerly, (You know Ginger ) pushed the snow of the sidewalk without pushing all the stones into the yard. Again I asked how much can I pay you. He said nothing. He seemed to be a very nice gentleman and there will be something from Santa under his Christmas tree this year. I was concerned for my health has been tricking me out a bit lately. Thanks Mat F for helping me out. Merry Christmas everybody.