Happy Lupie birthday!

No, this isn’t ANY sort of birthday for me (well, my half  birthday is in a few days!), but WHAT AN ANNIVERSARY! Roughly one year ago, I started a blog on this little known topic called lupus; well, not well-known except for those who suffer from it! And I’m sure that those of you who don’t have lupus, but instead have another chronic illness which takes over your very existence.

 There are landmarks AND THERE ARE LANDMARKS. Red letter days and RED LETTER DAYS!

Since starting on my quest, my journey, I’ve learned a lot, what makes internet technology tick; well, I’ve learned more than I knew before this venture, but that’s not saying much!! (

Most important, I’ve ‘met’ a lot of people along the route, my long and winding road. What a celebration of  10,000 ‘hits.’

Through my fog I try to write, and what I write, I try to make interesting, informative and full of hope. I hope I’ve succeeded in my quest. So please contact me (fill out the CONTACT NURSE ANNIE) form and le me know what I’m doing right, what I’m doing wrong-AND IF MY SOCKS MATCH!

I’d love to hear from each and every one of you what I’m doing right and WHAT I’M DOING WRONG. What pleases you, The things you like to hear. When I say ‘HAPPY LUPIE BIRTHDAY’ , I really mean, “Let’s Party,?


Hits : 703

12 thoughts on “Happy Lupie birthday!

  1. I’d say those numbers are wonderful. Congratulations! I appreciate your positive approach to living with lupus and all the educational material you provide. Keep up the good work. Now, where’s the party??? I’ll be on my way.

    • Well, party; I hadn’t thought of it, but now that you mention a party: COLORADO. I don’t see me coming to Chicago, soon, but hubby is still looking. You KNOW that if we come, you’re ONE person I’ll look up Lois and FOR SURE! Better yet, come to Colorado. Serious!

      • Colorado would be fun someday. I was there only once–to a wedding in Colorado Springs.And the son of that couple is graduating high school this year, so it’s been a long time.

        • Well, Lois, you’ve an invite to come and stay. Be it ever so humble, our home isn’t far (20 minutes) from the breathtaking sites of the snow-capped peaks and wildflowers. is there any time like the present? I’m serious-in the words of Robert Frost “YOU COME, TOO!”

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