Indiegogo/Thank You

In efforts to help spread awareness about Lyme disease and raise money for my treatment, Andrew helped me launch the Help Fight Lyme campaign on

Andrew not only introduced me to this fundraising website but has taught me everything I know today about social media, computers, creating websites, technology, etc.

He is also the person that encouraged me to start this blog and I don’t think I would be here right now, sharing my story, if it wasn’t for him.

Andrew, thank you for helping me get over my fears of sharing my story with the world and making me believe I can make a difference.

And I would like to thank my 25 followers, decimawho, russell densely, hollisplample, shelby’s life with lyme, lymeblue, the middle of nowhere, lymediseasewarrior, we are 2fit2 quit, thetickthatbitme, valeriu d.g. barb, ellisnelson, happsters, silk road collector, steven lerer, baxterbiscuits, toosicktocare, the cod,, glutenfreegus, crysta icore, lady romp, sophiebowns, patinspire, opinionated man and yunichar and all those individuals who have liked my posts because you each took the time to read what I have written. I hope that I have taught you something about lyme or have shared something you could relate to–for the lyme community is very small and need to support those as much as possible.

Please take the time and buy a sticker to spread awareness, donate to my campaign on indiegogo or at the very least, share my story and protect you & your loved ones from lyme and other tick-borne illnesses.

Sharing what it is like to live with Lyme disease & other chronic illnesses to spread awareness; health advocate;

1 Comment

  1. Good luck with the fundraising! I’m considering starting to do some myself, it’s a bit daunting to be honest. If you want more followers – and therefore more potential donors, try posting each entry in more categories, like ‘lyme disease’ ‘chronic illness’ ‘fundraising’ etc. Then go into those categories and go on a mad ‘liking’ spree, also ‘following’ all the blogs you like the look of. It’ll drive much more traffic back to your blog and you’ll get more longer term followers that way. I also post my entries to my facebook so my friends can see how I’m doing, and I occasionally post the link to the blog to lyme support groups I’m a member of. But occasionally as I don’t want to spam.

    Hope some of this helps. (I’ve got no idea about fundraising however!)

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