Tag Archives: Parkinson’s Disease

Rocking Chairs & Letting Go

When a new wave of disappointment or depression rolls onto the shore of my existence, I struggle anew with the reality of what Parkinson’s Disease has taken from me. Even with advanced degrees in music, vocal pedagogy and organ, I … Continue reading

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Parkinson’s Disease – Living with It. Moving on…

Friday was “Tweaking Day.” Eight weeks after optimization, I returned to my neurologist for evaluation and adjustments to this imbedded Boston-Scientific device. For the first time since this all begun, I had slept right through the night, off meds. I … Continue reading

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Parkinson’s Disease – Taming the Beast

I begin this entry with an ending:  If you ask me, “Would you go through all of this again?” I would now answer with a resounding “YES!” My sister was correct; the difficulties of the last five months are rapidly … Continue reading

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