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  • In Gratitude
    Author Unknown  The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coiffed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved in to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary. After many hours of waiting patiently in ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-11-22By Kate Kelsall
  • In Gratitude
    Author Unknown  The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coiffed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved in to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary. After many hours of waiting patiently in ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-11-22By Kate Kelsall
  • In Gratitude
    Author Unknown  The 92-year-old, petite, well-poised and proud lady, who is fully dressed each morning by eight o’clock, with her hair fashionably coiffed and makeup perfectly applied, even though she is legally blind, moved in to a nursing home today. Her husband of 70 years recently passed away, making the move necessary. After many hours of waiting patiently in ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-11-22By Kate Kelsall
  • World Parkinson Congress – Day One
    Our first full day of the World Parkinson Congress started late because we both overslept. I guess all the travel caught up with us. Our hotel, the Quality Inn, had a free breakfast buffet included, and we managed to get there right before they closed. As we were eating, a lady with a WPC badge (I think the entire hotel ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s HumorPublished on 2016-10-28
  • World Parkinson Congress – Opening Day
    Our trip to the World Parkinson Congress was almost complete. We only had a short drive to get there, so we stopped to see the famous Multnomah Falls, which is just 30 miles east of Portland, Oregon. This scenic waterfall is visible from I-84, a main east-west highway. In fact, there is a parking area between the east and westbound ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s HumorPublished on 2016-10-28
  • I’m Back! I tried leaving PD at home, but was unsuccessful.
    "Leave My Parkinson’s Disease at Home" was the mantra that I told myself when going on vacation with my husband, Tom. We traveled to attend the Port Townsend (Washington) Film Festival (PTFF) in September of 2016 and visited friends, Gayle and Bill. It’s our annual ritual, and we have attended about eight of these film festivals in the last decade. ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-10-25By Kate Kelsall
  • I’m Back! I tried leaving PD at home, but was unsuccessful.
    "Leave My Parkinson’s Disease at Home" was the mantra that I told myself when going on vacation with my husband, Tom. We traveled to attend the Port Townsend (Washington) Film Festival (PTFF) in September of 2016 and visited friends, Gayle and Bill. It’s our annual ritual, and we have attended about eight of these film festivals in the last decade. ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-10-25By Kate Kelsall
  • I’m Back! I tried leaving PD at home, but was unsuccessful.
    "Leave My Parkinson’s Disease at Home" was the mantra that I told myself when going on vacation with my husband, Tom. We traveled to attend the Port Townsend (Washington) Film Festival (PTFF) in September of 2016 and visited friends, Gayle and Bill. It’s our annual ritual, and we have attended about eight of these film festivals in the last decade. ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-10-25By Kate Kelsall
  • I’m Back! I tried leaving PD at home, but was unsuccessful.
    "Leave My Parkinson’s Disease at Home" was the mantra that I told myself when going on vacation with my husband, Tom. We traveled to attend the Port Townsend (Washington) Film Festival (PTFF) in September of 2016 and visited friends, Gayle and Bill. It’s our annual ritual, and we have attended about eight of these film festivals in the last decade. ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-10-25By Kate Kelsall
  • I’m Back! I tried leaving PD at home, but was unsuccessful.
    "Leave My Parkinson’s Disease at Home" was the mantra that I told myself when going on vacation with my husband, Tom. We traveled to attend the Port Townsend (Washington) Film Festival (PTFF) in September of 2016 and visited friends, Gayle and Bill. It’s our annual ritual, and we have attended about eight of these film festivals in the last decade. ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-10-25By Kate Kelsall
  • I’m Back! I tried leaving PD at home, but was unsuccessful.
    "Leave My Parkinson’s Disease at Home" was the mantra that I told myself when going on vacation with my husband, Tom. We traveled to attend the Port Townsend (Washington) Film Festival (PTFF) in September of 2016 and visited friends, Gayle and Bill. It’s our annual ritual, and we have attended about eight of these film festivals in the last decade. ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-10-25By Kate Kelsall
  • I’m Back! I tried leaving PD at home, but was unsuccessful.
    "Leave My Parkinson’s Disease at Home" was the mantra that I told myself when going on vacation with my husband, Tom. We traveled to attend the Port Townsend (Washington) Film Festival (PTFF) in September of 2016 and visited friends, Gayle and Bill. It’s our annual ritual, and we have attended about eight of these film festivals in the last decade. ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-10-25By Kate Kelsall
  • Everything is Peachy
    This story begins twelve years ago. My Wonderful Husband I were still living and traveling full time in a RV back then. We were staying at a campground, near the Columbia River in Oregon during the summer of 2004.  The campground was situated along a tributary river that fed into the Columbia and we were lucky enough to get one ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s HumorPublished on 2016-10-24
  • Still Shaking, Rattling, and Rolling in 2016
      Still Shaking, Rattling and Rolling in 2016 Kate Kelsall was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1996, and has been blogging about it since 2006. She chronicles her daily life with the disease — including both her struggles and triumphs — and she does it with honesty and a positive spirit. On her blog you’ll find checklists to help you identify ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Still Shaking, Rattling, and Rolling in 2016
      Still Shaking, Rattling and Rolling in 2016 Kate Kelsall was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1996, and has been blogging about it since 2006. She chronicles her daily life with the disease — including both her struggles and triumphs — and she does it with honesty and a positive spirit. On her blog you’ll find checklists to help you identify ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Still Shaking, Rattling, and Rolling in 2016
      Still Shaking, Rattling and Rolling in 2016 Kate Kelsall was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1996, and has been blogging about it since 2006. She chronicles her daily life with the disease — including both her struggles and triumphs — and she does it with honesty and a positive spirit. On her blog you’ll find checklists to help you identify ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Still Shaking, Rattling, and Rolling in 2016
      Still Shaking, Rattling and Rolling in 2016 Kate Kelsall was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1996, and has been blogging about it since 2006. She chronicles her daily life with the disease — including both her struggles and triumphs — and she does it with honesty and a positive spirit. On her blog you’ll find checklists to help you identify ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Still Shaking, Rattling, and Rolling in 2016
      Still Shaking, Rattling and Rolling in 2016 Kate Kelsall was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1996, and has been blogging about it since 2006. She chronicles her daily life with the disease — including both her struggles and triumphs — and she does it with honesty and a positive spirit. On her blog you’ll find checklists to help you identify ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Still Shaking, Rattling, and Rolling in 2016
      Still Shaking, Rattling and Rolling in 2016 Kate Kelsall was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1996, and has been blogging about it since 2006. She chronicles her daily life with the disease — including both her struggles and triumphs — and she does it with honesty and a positive spirit. On her blog you’ll find checklists to help you identify ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Still Shaking, Rattling, and Rolling in 2016
      Still Shaking, Rattling and Rolling in 2016 Kate Kelsall was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1996, and has been blogging about it since 2006. She chronicles her daily life with the disease — including both her struggles and triumphs — and she does it with honesty and a positive spirit. On her blog you’ll find checklists to help you identify ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-24By Kate Kelsall
  • UGH
    Two of the members of the Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Readers Club kindly asked me how I was doing this summer. I normally filter my words when I talk to people, but this time my unfiltered automatic response was “UGH.” I wasn’t sure what UGH really meant until I looked it up on Dictionary.com and the following is the definition: UGH ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-22By Kate Kelsall
  • UGH
    Two of the members of the Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Readers Club kindly asked me how I was doing this summer. I normally filter my words when I talk to people, but this time my unfiltered automatic response was “UGH.” I wasn’t sure what UGH really meant until I looked it up on Dictionary.com and the following is the definition: UGH ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-22By Kate Kelsall
  • UGH
    Two of the members of the Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Readers Club kindly asked me how I was doing this summer. I normally filter my words when I talk to people, but this time my unfiltered automatic response was “UGH.” I wasn’t sure what UGH really meant until I looked it up on Dictionary.com and the following is the definition: UGH ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-22By Kate Kelsall
  • UGH
    Two of the members of the Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Readers Club kindly asked me how I was doing this summer. I normally filter my words when I talk to people, but this time my unfiltered automatic response was “UGH.” I wasn’t sure what UGH really meant until I looked it up on Dictionary.com and the following is the definition: UGH ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-22By Kate Kelsall
  • UGH
    Two of the members of the Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Readers Club kindly asked me how I was doing this summer. I normally filter my words when I talk to people, but this time my unfiltered automatic response was “UGH.” I wasn’t sure what UGH really meant until I looked it up on Dictionary.com and the following is the definition: UGH ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2016-08-22By Kate Kelsall
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