Archive for December 2012

Terry Morris

The World as we Know (Knew) it!

24 December 2012 by Terry Morris

If the Mayan calendar and other ancient philosophical predictions are correct, the world is coming to an end on the 21st December 2012 and I’m wasting my time writing, but clearly, something went wrong with their calculations and thankfully we’ve all survived not only ‘Armageddon’ but also the excesses of the Xmas festivities which, as […]

Chris Boughton

And so it is Christmas

21 December 2012 by Chris Boughton

I have written many times in these blogs about what I consider to be personally my best therapy for Parkinson’s disease (PD) – distraction.  Well with Christmas almost here I have an abundance of opportunities to exploit distraction to ease my PD woes.  My initial thought, when I saw our Christmas schedule, was how I am going […]

Chris Boughton

Easily Pleased!

13 December 2012 by Chris Boughton

I am fibre optic, super highway man! Well, that’s how it feels at the moment.  After the despair of our recent broadband problems at home, I am pleased to report that we have gone from snail speed to road-runner speed. We are now experiencing the joys of 25mbps download speed and 7mbps upload.  This is […]

Briony Cooke

Parkinson’s and Personality

11 December 2012 by Briony Cooke

It is said that PwP (people with Parkinson’s) share some common personality traits which existed long before we were diagnosed and intensify as the condition progresses. The common traits that I share are punctuality, industriousness, a passion for order and a dislike of coffee-drinking and smoking. They seem to be the virtues associated with a […]

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