My first posting on Apps and Parkinson’s disease was so well-received that I thought I
I read a story from a major newspaper that gave incomplete and not entirely accurate
I’ll admit it. If I see an episode of the X- Files on television, I
Weathered Bell On this, my 45th Birthday, I share with you a gift. The patina
Writer, educator, author, commentator, philosopher, Earl Nightingale used to speak of “diamonds in your backyard.”
Beautiful Orchid After experiencing a 45 second rattle from the 5.9 earthquake, I thought I
As I near the completion of my book-to-be, A Soft Voice In A Noisy World:
As we end the celebration of the 4th of July and the founding of our
Do you see the face? In honor of the 4th of July, I thought I
1) Forgive the person who cut you off or took your parking spot. Let that
Do you find yourself losing track of time? Do you ever miss a dose of
I don’t endorse products but I will tell you this, “I love my Netflix!” Thousands
There is so much gloom and doom on our cable, Internet, wireless, and any other
Parkinson’s has taught me to appreciate every day, to appreciate and to truly be grateful for the good things and the simple pleasures in my life. Whether one has Parkinson’s disease or is in perfect health, the realization that a positive outlook not only makes you feel better but makes those around you feel better as well.
Over a decade ago, I had the good fortune of meeting my current Reiki teacher. When he
introduced me to Reiki, I thought it to be pure quackery, but I had nothing to lose in keeping an open-mind.
Bring About PD Awareness! April is Parkinson’s disease awareness month and it is time to
I am constantly amazed at the beauty of the rising and setting of our sun. I
There is a distinct and simple beauty that surrounds us all. Even in the largest
A new release on the benefits of fruits and flavonoids is out and medical researchers are
I hope that you enjoy this Fall photo! New post coming soon!
If you missed it, there are portions from last night’s inspirational interview with Michael J.
To my few but loyal followers, I apologize for the brief hiatus that I have
More Helpful Apps For Parkinson’s Patients As a self-proclaimed APP addict, I am discovering the
PD Apps A good App should make your life easier, educate, entertain, inform, or enlighten.
This posting, while it may appear to be a departure from my usual rant on
Oil Spills, Terrorism, Earthquakes, Tragedy, Mudslides, Injustice, Hate, Cruelty, Death, and Destruction! This is what makes
Is Profiling Really Right? I am worried! I’ll tell you why. The Transportation Security Agency
By Karl Robb Before you read this you need to know that I believe as
Our Western culture values a puzzling menagerie of unrelated and diverse topics. The slow death