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
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
Taken from my You Tube Channel. Here, suffering from the severe Parkinson's symptoms of painful dystonia and frustrating insomnia, I go on camera to describe what this is like to experience. https://youtu.be/YDQJziKhBao (C) Dean G. Parsons. 2019.
I have just been compiling my medication for the week ahead, into my medication dispensing boxes; known as dosset boxes. Today, I am reflecting, with not undue concern, about the risk Brexit places upon the supply chain for my medication. One aspect that is of major concern for me, on the … Continue reading Breaking the Chain
I recall the loathing and fear That first day of school at age four. I just needed mum and dad near In tantrum I lashed out and roared. My head teacher dragged me inside That bright room of faces all new. In distress my eyes glared so wide I pondered on what I should do. … Continue reading Iron Versus Rainbow
Today is the first day of the rest of my life. I feel clear for the first time in years. It's been 15-20 years of going to my numerous Doctors over that time and being sent from hospital to hospital, specialist to specialist and subjected to an endless and repetitive stream of blood tests, physical examinations, … Continue reading The First Day