You’re Invited to My Online New Year’s Eve Party; Twilight Zone Marathon

RodIt dawns on me that a lot of readers like myself cannot attend the usual New Year’s Eve festivities many of our friends and families attend.  Some of us have chronic fatigue and pain.  Some of us are bedridden and/or have bedtimes to maintain.  Thankfully Scyfy is hosting a Twilight Zone (TZ) marathon beginning New Year’s Eve, Tuesday and lasting until January 2nd, Thursday.   Join me.

You can watch the marathon with me and other readers (I already know of a few guests attending–people with Fibromyalgia, Muscular Dystrophy, Lupus, and Bipolar Disorder.)  I’d love for you to join us on Facebook where I’ll be posting updates and my thoughts on episodes.  Here is my Facebook invitation. Click and RSVP.  Also feel free to invite friends (both healthy and sick) to the party.  During the party, you can post your thoughts on the Facebook invitation.

“Like” The New Facebook Page

Check out Fashionably ill’s new Facebook page here.  “Like” the page and meet other great people–warriors fighting chronic illness and those who love them!

Maintaining Bedtimes, Schedule 

Because of my physical limitations caused by Myasthenia Gravis (neuromuscular autoimmune disease) and bedtime for Bipolar Disorder, a virtual party is something I look forward to.  (Keeping a consistent bedtime helps me avoid bipolar mood swings.)  I also think it’s a great way for people with chronic illness to find community.  Last Year’s NYE TZ marathon was watched by 1.1 million viewers.  The Twilight Zone is one of my all-time favorite TV shows and one of the most intelligent shows ever written.  Click here for a detailed schedule form the ScyFy marathon.  Each episode is a half-hour long.

Start time:  Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 8 am EST/7 am CST

End Time:    Thursday, January 2, 2014  at 5 am EST/4 am CST

twitter-symbol-400x400 Any questions?  You can leave a comment below or on the Facebook page.  I am also on Twitter here at



Hi, I have five illnesses--bipolar disorder, myasthenia gravis (neuromuscular autoimmune disease), endometriosis, asthma, and psoriasis. Most of the organs in my body are affected. I'm dedicated to being a stylist for sick women. As someone who has experienced changes in my appearance due to my 12 meds (including Prednisone), I know how hard it can be when your face and body change overnight. (In fact, because of treatment, between 2008 to 2010, I went from a size 0 to a size 10. While I lost the weight, there are permanent changes in my face and body, which I've grown to appreciate.) My blog will also help women deal with other issues like surviving chronic pain and fatigue. Healthy people can also use this blog as a window into what life with illness is like. Let this website be a place where we can draw strength from each other despite our illnesses and find solutions to our everyday challenges!

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