It’s Official! I am an AUTHOR!

Some of you are thinking right now, “Why would a retired mathematics teacher want to write a book?” And your question is valid! Others of you are thinking, “She is finished with caregiving. Why doesn’t she just forget about Parkinson’s and move on?” And your question is valid! The answer to both questions is theContinue reading “It’s Official! I am an AUTHOR!”

End of Birthday Month: LET IT GO!

At the end of 3 wonderful years of blogging, I am so thankful for the art of writing. It helped me get through the most difficult of times. Some of you have asked what else I wrote. I kept a journal in which I wrote every time Carlton developed a new symptom. The main goalContinue reading “End of Birthday Month: LET IT GO!”

Let’s Change up our Journals

Many of you already journal about your journey as a caregiver to someone with a chronic or degenerative disease like Parkinson’s Disease. If you don’t, I suggest that you begin today, even if it is just bullet points or brief lists. You don’t have to write every day. Just write when the mood strikes youContinue reading “Let’s Change up our Journals”