how writing a book can change your life, or what I learned from the road trip

I have never been one for fanfare.  I would rather be acknowledged for my hard work in the everyday world than to be put in the limelight.   The readings at church yesterday stated, "don't hide your light under a bushel".  I don't want to hide just my light, I want to hide all of me … Continue reading how writing a book can change your life, or what I learned from the road trip

Being there for a friend in crisis

As I know more people in the Parkinsons community I am starting to realize how deep this disease reaches. Its not just about tremors, rigidity, balance. Below the tip of the iceburg there are dozens of non-motor symptoms of Parkinson's. And intertwined with these often unseen challenging symptoms are mental health concerns. Some of these … Continue reading Being there for a friend in crisis

Be Prepared (I found this in my draft box, not sure why it wasnt published when I wrote it)

It's part of the “scout” motto. I understand why. How many times have I gone out the door without my meds.   After driving several miles down the road  I remember them and have to turn around.   There have been times when I have not brought any food or drink and relied on the … Continue reading Be Prepared (I found this in my draft box, not sure why it wasnt published when I wrote it)

Looking back, a story about Christmas Mass at Cathedral

Dec 27, 2015 I love going to Mass at a Cathedral. What Cathedral, you ask? It could be any Cathedral. In our country or in foreign countries. The word "Cathedral" means "chair". A Cathedral has the chair of the Bishop. Cathedrals are interesting places of worship and hold within many pieces of history. In Europe … Continue reading Looking back, a story about Christmas Mass at Cathedral