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Lyme Advocacy Starts With ME!

Angola Inmate Hospice volunteers taught me to trust God and the power of forgiveness. I have always been fascinated by how people ‘discover’ their gifts/callings. As a coping mechanism for a complicated home life; I turned to running in the … Continue reading

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Aloha – THE PERFECT PROTEIN POWDER! Get $20 off your first purchase when you use the code MELODY54 during checkout!

Being sick for so long with Lyme disease has taken its toll on my body. I have developed a bunch of food sensitives and have to be mindful not to feed the Lyme bacteria and its buddy co-infections. Taking over … Continue reading

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Run RON Run! What goes up, must come down!

Thank you for everyones prayers and support while we (me and my family) cheered my baby brother (Ron Spragg) on during his first Ultra-race this past weekend. I am so honored that he let me high-jack his first event; while … Continue reading

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Top 3 Ways Social Media can Help Humanitarian Work (and 3 Pitfalls)

Top 3 Ways Social Media can Help Humanitarian Work (and 3 Pitfalls).

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Will you support Lyme Education?

I have come to realize that Lyme & its co-infections probably invaded my body during 1990 ~26 or more years ago. The anniversary of: my diagnosis is April 2014; finding a Lyme Literate Practitioner is October 2014, and returning to school part … Continue reading

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There once was a woman

       

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There once was a nurse named Melody…

Hi, I’m Melody and my new goal in life is to improve the treatment of Lyme Disease in Louisiana. I am an Family Nurse Practitioner Student, a Lyme Patient & Warrior! Currently, in Louisiana there is one Lyme Literate Doctor … Continue reading

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Lyme Lives Everywhere!

My blog is going to focus on two new topics: A delayed Lyme Disease Diagnosis and how it impacted my journey as a nurse practitioner student (admitted 2010 to Loyola New Orleans).  I appreciate your time, look forward to your … Continue reading

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When God’s answer is No?

I have been avoiding facing His answer. This summer my husband and I completed our second and third snowflake embryo cycles (donated embies) with our fabulous fertility specialist. I was not so surprised that the second cycle returned a resounding … Continue reading

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Book Review: Be The People, Carol M. Swain’s book “A Call to Reclaim America’s Faith & Promise”

Where to start? Being a transplanted Canadian typically not interested in reading about history, politics and religion this was far from my typical reading material on death and dying (I’m a nurse) and took conviction on my part to read … Continue reading

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