About

Hi, I’m MrsParkinson’s, really good to meet you. I’m going for the anonymous option so that I can be frank and honest when sometimes what I say won’t be pretty. It’ll be a reflection of life, now that we’ve got a new (ish) bundle in the family.

7 Responses to About

  1. Darrin Blair says:

    I found your blog very refreshing and look forward to reading more, think it will be great for everyone to read especially people with or caring for people with Parkinson’s, I know at times it can be hard and I hope you find writing about your experiences therapeutic. I am subscribing to keep updated and recommending your site on twitter.

    • Darrin, I am really chuffed, thank you. Besides making my feelings seem very valid, I am in wonder that someone actually thinks my moaning is refreshing! I jest.

      I am aware that I’ve needed to find a way to download my feelings, good and bad, and as much as my wonderful friends are there for support, there is something rather marvellous in blogging and getting feedback from an audience who understands the ins and outs of it all. I’m learning and gaining so much from this.

      Thank you and I hope we can chat more sometime soon.

      MrsP

  2. BeckBeStill says:

    I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s the day after my 28th birthday. That day sucked. The thing I found surprising though was the fact that not every day since then sucked. I have Parkinson’s but it doesn’t have me. I found this blog via twitter and on a really crummy day… this blog made me smile. Thank you…

    • BeckBeStill, thank you so much. I loved your little note, even though it’s contents was horribly sad too. I would wish to get rid of Parkinson’s from you completely and can only just understand how much of a blow that must have been to get the diagnosis at such a young age. I haven’t blogged for such a long time, so my reason for thanking you is that you’ve given me a timely reminder that blogging is not just for me…. I have found it incredibly warm and healing, but to know I’ve made you smile, on a crummy day at that, is just, well, brilliant. Keep in touch?

  3. BeckBeStill says:

    I should tell you that this has inspired me to go back to my blog… I had intended on blogging regularly but this past year has been all about medicine changes and figuring out what I can do, what I can’t do, and what I can do just slightly different… it’s been about learning when I’m most likely to fall and then not falling and more importantly learning how to get up after I fall… it’s also been about having friends come along side of me to steady my heart rather than my hands and well… with all of that, I just let the blog go… That being said, I’ve already started a new entry! So thanks right back! I look so forward to keeping in touch with you!

    • Such a great pleasure, feel rather chuffed that I’ve had that effect on your blogging! I also learned alot through your description of your first year. You sound very brave and incredibly in tune with your feelings and situation. Loved the bit about having friends steady your heart. x

  4. Eamonn O'Connell says:

    Mrs Parkinson’s – I’d like to connect with you regarding a republication of your wonderful blogs. Was hoping you could connect with me via email. Best – E

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