Of Uterus and Lyme, A Dramatic Re-Enactment

Starring your humble host, the Uterus provided courtesy of the super awesome people of IHeartGuts.com, and Lyme Disease provided by the also super awesome people of GiantMicrobes.com. It is based on the experiences of Bonnie and described using my extensive knowledge of anatomy and physiology gleaned from years of experience in the field of accounting.

The scene opens with a uterus, Bonnie‘s to be specific. It was a happy uterus doing its happy uterus things.

Hello world!



One day, Uterus decided to go on an adventure in the great outdoors.

Hooray! Adventure!
Hooray! Adventure!

And that’s where she met Lyme Disease.

New Friend!
New Friend!

Lyme Disease seemed awful cute but kinda clingy and got into everything.

Um, personal space

And so she adopted him.

I told you to stay OFF the ovary!
I told you to stay OFF the ovary!

Uterus had been a model tenant up until she decided to go and adopt a pet spirochete. All its undulating made a real mess of the place.

Bad uterus. Lyme is a terrible influence on your behavior.
Bad uterus. Lyme is a terrible influence on your behavior.

To make matters worse, because of Lyme disease, Uterus got all twisted up and bonded with her neighbor, Colon. Colon has a very important job to do and can’t really be wasting time with Uterus and Lyme. And since Uterus refuses to get rid of Lyme, it has been decided that they need to be evicted from the neighborhood.

Final notice!
Final notice!

But as you all know, eviction is a difficult and expensive process, Bonnie is going to need all the help she can get.

and scene

My silliness not withstanding, Lyme is not a laughing matter. But we are going to do our best to keep the FUN in FUNdraiser.

Consider this the official pre-launch of the evict Lyme Disease fundraiser/raffle to offset Bonnie’s medical costs. There will be prizes, but you do not have to wait for the official launch to be entered. Receipts for any donations starting today done through Bonnie’s tip jar (top left) can be emailed to me for entry. (jennifer AT injennifershead DOT com)

Prizes will include the generously donated uterus and lyme plushes that starred in our re-enactment. Big thanks again to IHeartGuts and GiantMicrobes. In addition to monetary donations straight to Bonnie, I am also accepting donations of additional prizes to be added to the raffle(s). Hit me up on that same email.

Raffle tickets will start at $5 for the plushes. Other prizes/prices to be determined.




23 thoughts on “Of Uterus and Lyme, A Dramatic Re-Enactment”

    1. Jennifer will probably let everyone know this, but there are other items in the raffle, as well – my boyfriend’s making those survival bracelets from paracord, with metal adjustable clasps, and the winner will be able to pick from a variety of colors. That’s just one example. Jennifer has other items, and they will be listed as they’re confirmed.

      However…THANK YOU in advance for even saying you’ll donate. <3

    1. Oh, wow…twice? I’ve had it for 16 years, undiagnosed properly until two years ago, but…twice? Can I just say how freakin’ amazing YOU are for going through that and coming out the other side? Because I’m in awe. Once sucks enough. Congratulations on beating it twice! And may you NEVER be visited by that demon EVER again!

      1. I didn’t have it nearly as bad as you. And the first time I developed the classic bullseye rash on my back, which made the light bulb go off as to what the heck the rest of the sick was. Second time I was sick a couple weeks and then realized that it was the same “flu” I’d had with the first round. And antibiotics cleared it up quick both times.

  1. Donated, and I’ll donate again (a more respectable amount) once my finances are in order.

    Hang in there Bonnie!

    Also, Jennifer, your post was super cute and funny 🙂

  2. Tam’s nose, Squeaky’s … other end. 50 here, 50 there; I just keep throwing money at other people’s girl friends.

    I’m sure there’s some deeply profound Manosphere-ish insight there, but everyone get well soon instead.

  3. Also, appearing as the stand-in for the role of Weer’d Beard in today’s matinee performance, let me just say how very much I’m sure we all anticipate Jennifers up-coming appearance with Breda in the next episode of BredaShowerCam.com.

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