Monday, February 2, 2009

Happy Groundhog Day


Martin said...

Hmm I remember seeing this in an old comedy with Bill Murray and i thought it was a joke.... but then again I am from Norway so I dont know about all kinds of traditions in the great country of the US.

Its funny to see its real :)

I also have Sjogrens and I am coping "reasonably well", but not more I would say. I am a 30 yr old male... strange they say..

If you want to add alink to my site you are more than welcome, it might be usefull for other young males affected buy this disease...

I will skip by your blog once in a while :)

Kind regards

Julia Oleinik said...

Nice to meet you, Martin. You are right in pointing out the fact that not all people with Sjogren's are middle-aged women!

Thanks for dropping by - and good luck with the Marshall Protocol. My rheumatologist does not prescribe that treatment - which involves the use of specific antibiotics - but I am of the view that since autoimmune disease is not completely understood, then if this protocol works for you, great! Keep me posted as to how you are faring.

And yes, Groundhog day is a reality here in the U.S. - it's kind of silly and superstitious - but I think it's fun. I'd love to hear more about some of the lesser known Norwegian traditions.