It's almost 5am and here I am, sat at my computer but in a very, very different new year than the one that I had expected. Perhaps it is a dream? If it is, then it is the worst nightmare ever. Perhaps there's some confusion in my head, caused by Parkinson's Disease? Yet, … Continue reading Your Words Make a Difference
“Hi. If you experience distress caused by thoughts, feelings, emotions and/or behaviours that are related to stress or anxiety, then you may want to purchase my ‘Mindfulness with Dean G. Parsons’ course. I am building a series of podcasts, each of which can be stand-alone or used in the form of a course, which will … Continue reading Reclaim Power Over Anxiety
"A huge THANK YOU to everyone who follows 'Wordsmith's Notebook'. Your support and interest are greatly appreciated. I love reading your comments. Thanks so much for participating. Don't forget to come and join me on Facebook and at Instagram, Twitter, Ello and You Tube. Best wishes for a wonderful 2020!" - Dean G. Parsons.
I had fully intended to paint my village church, using acrylic. Bear in mind that the only training I have ever had for art was at school in the 1980's! At the last meeting of the little art group, created with friends, earlier this month, I painted what was to be the background … Continue reading The Bewildered Painter
Taken from my You Tube channel. In this vlog, I recite a Christmas themed poem. I hope you enjoy it and that you had a good Christmas/holiday season. https://youtu.be/_aJANW8Iqoo (C) Dean G. Parsons. 2019.
Hello everyone. I wanted to take a moment to wish you all a peaceful and happy Christmas and, if you do not celebrate Christmas, to nonetheless extend that wish for peace and happiness to you. Thank you to all of my readers and to those who follow me on various … Continue reading Good Wishes to You All
With an agreement that we would not be meeting in November, simply due to each of us having so much else on, this third Saturday in December saw the 4th meeting of what we small group of creative friends have called 'The Art Shack'. Originally, and still, a Facebook group by that name, … Continue reading The Art Shack 4
A few days ago, I received a telephone call from from my lovely cousin, telling me that her mum had died! This was a complete shock, not least of all to my cousin, for her mum had shown no signs of anything suggesting that this awful event was imminent. My aunt was such … Continue reading Decide Upon Your Future Memories
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With the progression of Parkinson's Disease giving me a powerful kick or three, this year, I have deteriorated more than I had expected and certainly my new neurologist has said that Parkinson's is now at 'fast progression'. Nothing exemplified this better than the number of times that I have fallen and almost fallen … Continue reading A Wet Makeover