Lupus Pals


My dear friend and cohort, Julie Jo, has been busy producing videos for Lupus awareness this year.  Her latest and best work is a tribute to the support groups that give us refuge, companionship, friendships, and answers when we don’t know where else to turn.  I would be remiss if I did not share it with my readers that may have missed it elsewhere.  Please not only view it but share with others.  Carole King personally gave approving permission for the use of the song, and was complimentary on the piece.  Enjoy.  :-)

Lupus Pals

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About Tala

-Livestream Broadcaster - Active in Periscope & Busker -YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook Pages www.talanoexcuses.live Advocacy for better quality of life with catastrophic illness & injury. Conditions I live with myself are my awareness platform: rheumatic autoimmune & neurological, women's heart disease Traditional First Nations (Native American) -Training: Tai Ch'i Chuan, medical terminology, cultural Medicine -Avid about hiking, camping, & outdoor adventure Special Interests: Natural health, everything from East Indian to East Carolina cuisine, 16th Century German fencing Favorite Travel Spots: Yosemite, Catalina Island, E. North Carolina, Northern CA redwoods/coastal rainforest ~I live as naturally as I can, stay on a whole foods diet (as in what I eat, not as in "a diet"), avoid as many synthetic meds as I can, and do not consume artificial sweeteners and most preservatives. If you're curious about why, see my posts.~ Periscope/Twitter ID: Tala_NoExcuses https://badges.wegohealth.com/ha-awards-2016.js?referrer=Owb2x2Nb8L81mhJHyfwGcg

Posted on May 26, 2012, in I Am That Wolf and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Donna Niforos

    Like you, I am a friend of Julie’s and was quite surprised when she asked my permission to use my picture. Her expertise and creativity as well as her deep concern and love for all of her fellow lupus sufferers shine through her production. We are each blessed to have her in our lives as she reaches out to others who share our disease as well as others who are searching for a diagnosis. In Julie Jo, we indeed…have a friend. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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