THIS IS AN UPDATE ON PARKINSON'S CHAT SITE
the site had problems and had to change there link
still the same password pa
This morning I went to see my (Parky’s) Neurologist, and we talked about my worries on my addictive behaviour.
When I get back from China I am going to slowly reduce my requip and see if I can manage, as I said before I don’t know which is the better option, do I struggle to cope with My Parkinson’s or do I struggle to cope with my guilt. Do I just think to hell with it I will live my life as I like until the money runs out. Then again is it best to pull myself up and risk the chance that Parky will take control.
But I know one thing I will fight tooth and nail to stay in control of my life, I am the most cantankerous person I know. I think I had better look the word up to make sure it is what I mean.
(cantankerous - stubbornly obstructive and unwilling to cooperate)
Yes I have looked it up it does sound like me, wonder what other words describe me, I could make a list like in the readers digest.
I don’t think I will open it for discussion as the flood gates might open.
This was on face book and I was quite surprised at the different answers.
YOU AND I WAKE UP IN A PSYCHIATRIC WARD TOGETHER. USEING FOUR WORDS ONLY WHAT WOULD YOU SAY TO ME?
It’s all your fault
Where is the bar
Good a friendly face
What did you do?
Just look together again
The first answer was by my youngest so that tells you a lot.
Today is the tenth anniversary of the death of my lovely husband.
When we met I was working in a local hotel in the bar and he was in charge of a group of men who were installing laundry equipment in our local laundry.
I was separated from husband number one and was quite enjoying being single, because of what had happened I was livening in a mobile home at the side of my parents, plus 2 children and 2 dogs. He had been divorced a while and was living out of a suite case with a room at his parents.
He said he knew as soon as he saw me, but I was running scared I had decided Love was not for me, who wanted a bloke interfering in my life?
Shall I say with his wacky sense of humour which matched my own, and his total love of me I was won over.
He was a romantic, I still have the cards he sent me. When we got married he whisked me off to Florida and we were married on the beach, I had never seen him so serious.
When he was diagnosed with Prostrate cancer he fought long and hard to overcome it as he said it was the first time in his life that he had all that he wanted.
I feel very privileged that for a few years he was my life, and maybe I was meant to there for him shall I say it was destiny
He kept his sense of humour right to the end teasing the nurses in St Barnabas Hospice in Lincoln
So today is Jims day a day when I can feel the warmth that he surrounded me with,when I can look back and know that he enriched my life.
Thank you Jim