By Lisa Copen, Founder of National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week and Rest Ministries
It's summertime! And it seems everyone must be playing beach volleyball or experiencing their perfect vacation. It is easy for the chronically ill person to feel left out. Those of us with illness aren't supposed to be in the sun, we can't always have that sip of wine, and traveling can seem impossible--even if it is just a daytime outing.
It doesn't have to be this way, however. With a few tools and preparation summertime can be full of a few fresh memories that will make you smile when you look at your photos this winter.