You can be chronically ill and still feel like cracking a smile once in a while.
A sampling of Facebook comments in reaction to the InTouch rumor: "Lyme disease is off the table for her storyline. The viewers
And please make my birthday wish come true: go suck a lime and do your part to draw awareness to this epidemic. It matters more than you may know.
I wouldn't care as much if Foster hadn't served such an important role in my life. Years ago, as I suffered in bed in inexplicably
"We are grateful for the years we've spent together and believe wholeheartedly that we did our best."
"She is very sick and really struggling everyday to just hang on."
"No child should suffer the way that you do."
Like mother, like daughter.
"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Yolanda Foster spoke up about her struggle with Lyme disease in a new blog post on
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Well folks, we've finally made it. The ladies gathered for the last time this season to yell, scream, cry and point fingers. The second part of the reunion was a serious event.
This week's blockbuster event was a back-to-back Beverly Hills extravaganza, featuring the season finale and the first part of the reunion. The upside is that neither Faye nor Marisa were in the second hour.
Tonight's episode featured a serious dose of "RHOBH" drama, and while the ladies acted (and even described themselves!) as high schoolers, I just can't seem to break down the craziness that was episode 18.