August 2019 archive

Sue Edge Finds Happy Place is Creativity

I don’t have a choice that I have Parkinson’s, but I do have a choice what I do with it. I want to go forward to my Happy Place. ~Sue Edge   Sue was diagnosed with PD in 2010 and was forced to retire for medical reasons in 2015. She had worked the previous thirty-seven …

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Aware in Care Parkinson’s Hospital Kit

I need my Parkinson’s medications ON TIME, EVERY TIME According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) are admitted to the hospital 50% more than their peers. Three out of four hospital patients with PD do not receive their medication on time. Therefore, they have a one in four chance of complications because …

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Country Living Blessings

The inspiration for this poem is my beloved family homestead in Missouri.  I can see,  hear, and smell these sensory delights as I walk the land. I just returned from vacationing there for three weeks. Oh, the healing power of nature! Country Living Blessings Swaying amber wheat, Expansive spaces, Fresh cut red clover— Balm for …

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