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
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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
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
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
At almost 2am, I have been hit by a flash of inspiration. I've then gone ahead and written a scene filled with wonderful characters set within the most perfect setting. Something I am incredibly pleased about; a character that I have been writing about for a few years but have not had the … Continue reading I Found Something Too Good
I am sitting at my desk and looking with delight at the glass window of the book case part of this old bureau that I write at. Through the glass, on the shelves within, are colours and designs, on the spines of books, so familiar to me. There are names that brought me … Continue reading Treasure in my Cupboard
Taken from my You Tube channel. My adventures to work in my Bongo, in the floods! https://youtu.be/N7e6Vzgnkhg (C) Dean G. Parsons. 2019.
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With such beautiful weather, today, we decided to make our first attempt at setting up the awning that fits onto the Bongo. The main slide door of the Bongo can open into an awning, effectively. There, it is possible to use the extra space as additional living quarters. The awning can be sealed … Continue reading A Bongo Extension