Out of my Control

As a retired high school teacher, I like to be in control. I like to have my ducks in a row and know what is happening in every area of my life. That’s how I conducted my classroom. I controlled it. But life isn’t always like that, is it? Parkinson’s Disease surely isn’t like that!Continue reading “Out of my Control”

We Have Issues!

In case you are counting, this is Post Number 71 of this blog, which was designed to support and encourage those who care for someone with Parkinson’s Disease. I am so thankful to you for reading, and I sincerely hope you have been encouraged along the way. If you are a first-time reader, please stopContinue reading “We Have Issues!”

Change is Gonna Come

My Haiku for Today Caring for your spouse Won’t always be like today. “Change is gonna come.” You can rest assured that things won’t always be as they are. As I have cared for my husband with Parkinson’s Disease for the last 20 years, I have noticed that things remain at status quo for aContinue reading “Change is Gonna Come”

Life is a Semicolon

While reading posts on a Parkinson’s FaceBook group this past week, I came to several conclusions. First, everyone has difficulties, just not all the same ones. Second, everyone is important, even when they aren’t sure they are. And third, I am thankful that I am not alone. If you’re reading this blog for the firstContinue reading “Life is a Semicolon”