I have been singing for about a year and a half, to help combat the impact Parkinson;s Disease has on my speaking voice. In effect, the disease weakens the voice and sometimes I am rendered unable to partake in conversation or to command my dogs; just two examples. My lovely friend, and colleague here at... Continue Reading →
As dark the dark nights close in, we are faced with different challenges. Read about how my nerves were tested with a recent encounter.
I joined in on a conversation today on line. One of the topics they discussed was “if you could only pick one area of focus on social media what would you choose and why?” At first this was a very hard one for me to narrow down. I listened to several of the other peoples’... Continue Reading →
My budding artist In the last couple of years I have discovered a new appreciation for art and for creating things with my own hands. One of the things that I can be thankful for having Parkinson’s. I’ve always been creative and crafty. But I’ve taken it a little further with these crafts of late.... Continue Reading →
When one persons inspirational good deed can positively impact upon a community spreading a smile or three during the most difficult time our country (and the whole world) has endured in a long time.
I’m working on a story. I’m not sure how long it will be or how I will share it or even if I will share the whole thing. But I thought I’d share this portion of it here and see what people thought. I’ll keep writing and you, take two minutes to read this. Thank... Continue Reading →
"It is the mark of an educated mind, to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."- Aristotle. So many times, in recent years, I have picked up a newspaper and been confronted by evidently questionable facts. This is something I feel increasingly concerned about. My concern is not simply that fake news pervades... Continue Reading →