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25 June 2013


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Kelly W.

Jaydee, I'm so sorry to hear of your illness. I've been at Cub Scout with my kids all week and not online. Bless your heart! I don't know how you managed to work under these circumstances, holy moly. Prayers for continued recovery. SO happy you know the source and disease, that can be a tricky one to diagnose. Take care of you~


Jaydee, I hope your strength is returning, and that your energy is improving. I bet if you told Lou you needed him, he would come home. Please know that we all care and are sending love and healing thoughts your way.

Stef Perry

Oh my goodness, Jaydee, so very sorry to read of your contraction of Lyme Disease. Obviously a nasty piece of business, as you've discovered. Take care and may your recovery be swift!!


So sorry to hear you have been ill. Very glad you are feeling better. Take care of yourself.
In thought and prayer
PS I placed order for bird feeder, thanks to you

Sandy M

Oh my gosh Jaydee I'm so sorry to hear how sick you've been. And not having anyone there to take care of you, that's awful! If you were nearby I'd come bring you a pot of chicken soup! Please take care of yourself and best wishes for a speedy recovery. Hugs :) Sandy

Sally A. Davis

Sorry to hear of your illness. What a scary thing to have happen. Also, glad you went to the doc and they figured things out and got you on your way to feeling better.
Thoughts are with you and thanks for taking the time to let all of your faithful blog readers what was going on. Take good care of yourself and YOU need to be the focus this coming week!


oh, jaydee, how scary! we are going to pray very hard for you to get well! we have missed you, and we need to see what is coming to visit in the wetland. (I got so close to a great blue heron Tuesday, it was my thrill of the week.) Please get better!


hello Jaydee,
So sorry to hear you're not feeling well. I hope you have a speedy recovery from Lyme disease. I wish I can just come over and help whatever you need. Big hugs.

Nance Leedy

Jaydee, it's so good to hear your "voice". I can't believe that darn tick had the nerve to give you Lyme's disease!! I wish I was there to help you but so glad that the ABs have kicked in and you are (slowly) on the mend. Big Hugs!!

Marge Penley

What a mess to be in when you are alone. You must get friendly with neighbors so someone will know what's going on. If you were next door to me, I'd be right over. Lyme is a messy disease but can be controlled. You are so brave. Know my prayers are with you.


Gosh, Jaydee - am so sorry that darn old tick attacked you, but am glad to hear the symptoms are easing. Big hugs to you and your kitties. Hope they are giving you comfort!


Oh my gosh, Jaydee! I hope you had someone checking in on you! I hope you are fully recoved very, very soon!


Oh my goodness, Jaydee! I thought you had gotten bogged down with work or some such. I confess, if you hadn't posted today, I was going to do a welfare check email on you. Lyme Disease is SO serious! I'm so glad they've gotten to the bottom of it and the antibiotics are starting to kick in.

How awful all around.

And, yet, you are maintaining your sense of humor. A crane named Miles--indeed. :oP *snort* HA!

Please know I'm praying for you.

P.S. Wishing you safe travels home, Lou!

Cheryl McAskill

Wow this is one tick bite I do not ever want to happen to me. I live in RI and it is almost something no one here wants. My Dad got it many years ago. Stay safe and get well soon!


You where greatly missed by so many of your blog follower friends; me included.
Was wondering what was happening to you. Thought maybe you where on vacation but not the type of vacation you had in mind I'm sure.
Wishing you all the best and hope you get to feeling better real soon.
Thoughts and prayers are with you

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