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Thyonderful World by Lolly’s Cook

Thyonderful World   by Lolly’s Cook

Lolly is one of our most prolific song writers. Nobody spins a thytune like Lolly. Moreover, Lolly tells it like it is. She'll always be straight with you - WE LOVE THAT ABOUT HER and so [Read] | 3 responses.

Announcing the Winner of the Thyroid Queen Contest

Announcing the Winner of the Thyroid Queen Contest

THE WINNING ENTRY “My Image of My Disease” (thyroid disease) I wait and wonder as the black hole in my neck sucks the energy from my life. It takes time and joy away from [Read] | 4 responses.

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Jody Turek

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Jody Turek

Growing up I wasn’t really a Butterfly enthusiast. I didn’t have a net to catch them or have them on my “big girl” bedding. I had Holly Hobby instead. After being diagnosed and [Read] | 6 responses.

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Linda Larson

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Linda Larson

I love butterflies, I know it looks like the shape of our thyroid and that reminds us of what we have and what we are. But consider this, the butterfly is beautiful, more beautiful than [Read] | 7 responses.

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Sara MacPhee

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Sara MacPhee

Butterflies are supposed to be beautiful, a sacred omen of change, pied beauty at its most glorious height.  As a young girl, I chased you from grass blade to leaf-palm, as if I could [Read] | 17 responses.

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Dorienne Plait

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, By Dorienne Plait

I was 17. I never took pleasure out of the simple things in life. I was too busy thinking about whether or not I should wear heels to graduation in case the ground decided to use its [Read] | 20 responses.

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, Written By Myka

Butterfly Paragraph Submission, Written By Myka

Someone said butterflies are free to fly, mine flew away from me. I see her sometimes, crouched on a bright luscious flower or flying up and down like a colorful puppet in my peripheral [Read] | 4 responses.