Unfortunately, many of the few of us missed the opportunity to join in this year, as the little known day, May 17, has passed.We could make our own, but why not join forces? Why not initiate an international TM Awareness Day?
We could do it grassroots, but I'd like to make it official. Don't you? So.....
- Does anyone out there know how to make TM Day an international reality?
- What organization(s) are responsible for actualizing this & what is the procedure?
Don't know yourself? Don't leave us TMers hanging without our own holiday....
Tweet it. FB it. Ask your family doc. Ask your local politicians. Ask God, Jesus, Buddha, your hairdresser, manicurist, or neighborhood psychic.
And while we're at it...let's work to unite all neuro-ites with an International Neurological Disorder Day (bolded in place of a much-deserved hyperlink) too.
You may be asking, Why don't you, Melanie, do it yourself? The answer - I'm impatient, I want an answer/resolution asap, starting tomorrow I have a week of double treatment (IVIg & Ketamine Infusion boosters), I'm entering another RSD flare-up, I'm exhausted and cognitively impaired, and I can't do everything. I can barely do the requirements of a full-time sicko, let alone manage my life and the lives of every TMer across the globe.
When I started my professional dance career, the first choreographer I worked with often said, It's my job to make it up. It's your job to remember it [do it]. So everybody, let's listen to Patty, and immortalize her contribution to the dance world...and my world.
Chop, chop! I'm looking forward to a lot of comment responses to this one.