The Longest Year Ever

The year 2020 will go down in history, at least in MY version of history, as the longest year ever. Before I write my next blog post we will pass the half-year mark, but it feels as if we’ve lived at least 3 years in these last 6 months. Are you feeling the same way?Continue reading “The Longest Year Ever”

Making Medical Decisions

I am not a nurse, nor do I have any medical training. Instead, I am just the spouse of a man who has advanced Parkinson’s Disease. If you do have medical training of any kind and you are a caregiver, you are ahead of the game. Count yourself blessed! Since I have little frame ofContinue reading “Making Medical Decisions”

Similar, yet different, but Really Similar!

In March of 2018, I began this blog with this goal in mind – “to support and encourage those who care for someone with Parkinson’s Disease.” And when you read the first post, “Similar, yet Different,” you will see that my focus was just that. But as all things do, this blog has evolved. WhatContinue reading “Similar, yet different, but Really Similar!”

“My Dog’s Better than Your Dog”

Way back in the 1960’s there was a television commercial for Ken-L-Ration dogfood with the tagline, “My dog’s better than your dog.” It had a catchy tune and was easy to remember. Perhaps it resonated with us because we have a natural tendency to compare what we have with what others have. Sometimes we evenContinue reading ““My Dog’s Better than Your Dog””