For my 10 year Parkinson’s anniversary in 10 days - January 15, 2019 - I taped a video so you can see me in action. I was 44 when this started. I’ll be 55 this year in August. I’ve been alive 19,859 days. I’ve had Parkinson’s 3642 days that we’re aware of. That’s 18.3% of my lifetime. Thank God the majority of my life was tremor free. The trremor has been outward and underlying for half the time and has rebounded now that my dopamine dosage is low. Rest assured I don’t let it stop me. I have two stepchildren 13 and 9 that keep me on my toes. No one treats me special in my family. I’ve gotten used to being in public with it. I make an excellent party guest if you’re looking for shaken martinis or scrambled eggs or cake batter mixed. I got those covered. Here’s to figuring out what the heck is going on and fixing it before I shake my hand off. 😊👍
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