Put on your spacesuit and get ready to explore the Moon. Nicolenya Caltman published a new paperback book: Romancing The Moon. Filled with artistic photographs and visceral poetry which burns brighter than a cosmic furnace. Nicolenya Caltman’s latest creative endeavor fills the cold void, while enlightening your mind, heart, and soul.
Fickle crushes are extinguished by the frigid winds of change, and cheap infatuations burn out, just like a sun that no longer shines. What prevents our heart from burning out? Nicolenya Caltman has the answer: unconditional love.
Yours truly was assaulted by a tick, and that eight-legged bastard gave me a nasty gift. Can you guess what it was? That’s right! Lyme disease. I didn’t suffer the same consequences as most people, though. A bull’s-eye rash is a common symptom of Lyme disease, however, I didn’t get a rash…because I’m special. Just kidding. Kind of. I’m so special, in fact, that my doctor believed I had a rare form of Leukemia. Lyme disease attacked my knee joint, and also the weird organ (vestibule) which sits somewhere inside our ears. The inner ear vestibule has a very important job which involves giving you a sense of direction and not feeling like you’re walking on the Mayflower. The Mayflower was a ship…just in case you’re wondering. Joint inflammation is a common symptom of Lyme disease, too, and a bright idea sparked inside my doctor’s studious brain. He tested me for Lyme disease, I chowed down on some magic pills, and the rest is history. My symptoms could have developed into a serious condition. I somehow managed to live with Lyme disease for awhile, and a misdiagnoses would have granted the disease more time to wage war against my nervous system. Lucky me. I guess.
10% of book sales donated to Lyme disease victims.