Are you interested in taking part in a cool community project right before the holidays? It’s easy, it’s free, and it’ll only take you a couple of minutes to complete!
Here’s how it works:
1. Take a photo of your hand, and send it to me via Facebook or email it to me at rheumatoidarthritisguy[at]gmail[dot]com by Friday, December 23rd. That’s it…this is all you have to do! (Please note: all types of inflammatory arthritis hands are welcome!)
2. I’ll combine all of these photos*, and will share the final collage here on my blog on Christmas Eve, December 24th. This will serve not only as a symbol of the wonderfully supportive autoimmune arthritis community that continues to grow online, but it will also act as a reminder that we should be proud, and not ashamed, of our arthritis hands!
Send your photo now…the more hands we get, the better!
I’m Proud Of My Arthritis Hands
Rheumatoid arthritis hands are a visible sign of the enormous strength of an individual who has experienced so much pain, that their hands have literally been pulled out of shape. I, for one, am proud of my hands. They have endured a lot, and will continue to endure even more. I will never be ashamed of them, no matter what they look like.