The only thing I don't like about the photo I submitted is the word "won" in my sign. I got my job back, which is what I was trying to convey, because I wanted to show that we can prevail. But it took a formal federal EEO case to get it back, and trust me, you don't win if you have to go that route. But I am working and productive, and very surprisingly, I regained my former position. No one with lyme should ever have to fly themselves to DC to mediate with federal attorneys. No one else should have to either, but with undiagnosed, untreated lyme disease, barely functioning---inhumane doesn't even begin to cover it.
But, I digress. Because I have lyme, and we do that.
My husband took mine for me and helped me make the sign make more sense compared to what I started with. You should join (http://lyme300000.wordpress.com/) or visit their photo feed, or both, and send in a photo, if applicable,via instructions at http://www.flickr.com/groups/lyme300000.
"The “We are the 300,000″ campaign is a movement by the Lyme community to take a stand against being ignored by the CDC and HMOs. Our goal is to obtain effective treatment for all people suffering from Lyme disease."