The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Have you dug yourself out of the snow yet? Have you had enough winter? Well, we’re closer to spring every day and I’m really hoping for no more big snows this year. I mean,  it’s going to be 60 degrees on Monday!

Are you ready for another speaker? Trudy has asked her Physical Therapist if she’d come to speak. I know Joy spoke in the fall. I missed that meeting due to family obligations so I don’t know what ground she covered and/or what we’d still like to have a chance to ask a PT. We’ll talk about it on Wednesday.

Dr. Falconer and Dr. Rogers want to start circulating in the community again and Dr. Falconer would like to speak to our group because he enjoyed it last time. I’m not sure when they want to come, but we can discuss at the meeting whether we want a “just-us” meeting between speakers. I myself am curious to hear what he has to say after settling in to the new Practice.

Starting topic for the next meeting is Parkinson’s: The Gift that Keeps on Giving. Come share with us the odd symptoms you’ve discovered are related to PD. Sure, we can be inspirational and upbeat all we want, but first, let’s complain and laugh a little. This is the safest place for it.

If you borrowed a book at the last meeting, please don’t forget to return it. Feel free to take another one home.

 

PS:  If you live in the northern  Virginia area and just found this site, you are welcome to join our monthly meetings, held the first Wednesday of each month in Reston. Look for our contact information on the left side of the screen.

 

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One thought on “The Gift that Keeps on Giving

  1. Lu, I have your book Brain Storms. I wasn’t able to come to the meeting because I was in rehab from a nasty staph infection in my foot. I was in Reston hospital fpr 1 week then transferred to Potomac Falls Health & Rehab for a 16 days , but I’m home now. I’ll bring the book next meeting. I’m really sorry I missed the meeting and had no way to let you know. No wifi nor did I have your phone number, Hope all is well a say hello to everyone in the pool. Francine

    On Fri, Jan 29, 2016 at 3:57 PM, Women With Parkinsons Disease wrote:

    > FacetsofLucy posted: “Have you dug yourself out of the snow yet? Have you > had enough winter? Well, we’re closer to spring every day and I’m really > hoping for no more big snows this year. I mean, it’s going to be 60 > degrees on Monday! Are you ready for another speaker? Trud” >

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