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21 October 2020 – PD Lemonade Podcast 4.0 – Our Community with Nancy Peate

My guest Nancy Peate and I discuss how community plays a role in our wellness, the talk we presented in Kyoto, Japan about resilience, and a new project we are working on. We discuss the journey of being newly diagnosed to a new way of living well with Parkinson's disease. PD Lemonade 4.0 with Nancy… Continue reading 21 October 2020 – PD Lemonade Podcast 4.0 – Our Community with Nancy Peate

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27 September 2020 – PD Lemonade Podcast 3.0 – The Broader Invitation of Dis Ease with Janine Messenger

On this podcast I talk with lifelong friend and consultant Janine Messenger from Heart Intelligent Business. We discuss friendship, the mind, and how sometimes life provides opportunities to learn powerful lessons. Hear Janine’s delicious ideas to add to your toolkit of resilience. You can find Janine @heartintellegentbusiness.com 27 September 2020 PD Lemonade 3.0 with Janine Messenger… Continue reading 27 September 2020 – PD Lemonade Podcast 3.0 – The Broader Invitation of Dis Ease with Janine Messenger

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Holding Vigil

I am a mother.  Yes, I am also a wife, a daughter, a nurse, a midwife, a friend.  But motherhood, it is the strongest, most primal role I play on this earth. To walk away from my child who was in pain and suffering goes against every fiber of my being.  But tonight, I had… Continue reading Holding Vigil

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under the maple tree

I built a garden and invited fairies to come live there. It’s a magical place under the maple tree in our front yard. Then the magic began… The fairies came,  the children came,  the neighbors came All to share in a little escape. Our world, just now,  could do with a bit of wonder, A… Continue reading under the maple tree