Category Archives: lupus and travel

Mobilizing the Message: “Lupus is Real”

“Someone You Know Has LUPUS.” In effort to support LUPUS Awareness month, during my busiest travel season, (May and into the end of June) I’m wearing my purple band that sports a message! And I’m mobilizing the message! You never know where I’ll be next! If you spot me, stop me and take a picture to be posted on your wall in honor all LUPUS warriors everywhere. Just say, “I know someone who has LUPUS!” Spread the word: LUPUS is real! #thelupusliar.com

Lancaster, SC LUPUS Warriors Shout Loud!

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Hey Lancaster, South Carolina “Someone You Know Has LUPUS!” In an effort to support LUPUS Awareness, I’m wearing my button that sports a message!

If you spot me, stop me and take a picture to be posted in honor all LUPUS Warriors everywhere. (Just say, “I know someone who has LUPUS!”) Spread the word: LUPUS is REAL!

 

Traveling With LUPUS: Smithfield, N.C.

“Someone You Know Has LUPUS” in effort to support LUPUS Awareness, I’m wearing my button that sports a message! If you spot me, stop me and take a picture to be posted in honor all LUPUS Warriors everywhere. (Just say, “I know someone who has LUPUS!”) Spread the word: LUPUS is REAL!

Hello to Smithfield, North Carolina Lupus Warriors!

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Roderick Watson has spotted The Lupus Liar in Smithfield, NC! He supports his wife, a Lupus Warrior, by sporting his button! Thanks Roderick!

Traveling Troubles

Traveling with a chronic illness can really take a stab at your mental strength. My biggest fear is arriving too late for the opportunity to take a nap. i need my rest. It is very hard on my body when I can’t stop to rest. A day in the life of travel can feel like a lifetime–or at minimum, like a very long day.

Wow. Delta is paying for a cab into Charlotte. I received an awesome $6 voucher that has to be used at the present airport. How wonderful that I might, just might, make it into the deep woods by 9:00pm before my relaxing two hour drive to my final location. And oh, that’s if I make it to my first destination and all connections are just that —connecting!

After a slumber, I can have a morning greeting of sunshine and tweeting birds. Then back into the saddle for a gracious one hour drive to smiling faces and a simple, yet inviting question and answer session. (For those who really know me, you have probably already deciphered this message.)

And to those who travel, on a consistent basis, for their livelihood, safe travels and God bless you!

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