Sometime - somewhere,
I didn’t write a blog today - the reason is a long, tedious story which sounds a lot like complaining - So we’ll let it go and move on.
i’m coming to you from a completely 180º different aspect of planetary rotation. Two worlds. The end of the day and the entrance of night. Most people live in one or the other - I live in both. This oxymoronic life can be blamed for my neglect of today’s delivery - Hey, you get what you pay for.
The truth is the batteries ran out on my bluetooth computer keyboard (I don’t like the laptop keyboard’s positioning) and I was too lazy to go to the store to buy more - well I must not have been that lazy, I went to the store - but not for batteries. I went for beer. Beer has become my salvation drug - Parkinson’s drugs can cause some very uncomfortable side effects some (in my opinion worse than the actual disease - but like I have said “At least I can go to the bathroom by myself.” Life is a trade off - a game of pickle with a guy who can throw and catch much better than you.
Beer drastically reduces the feeling I get of ants crawling throughout my body - it relaxes the muscles in my neck so it doesn’t feel like my head is about to break off - I could go on - BLA BLA BLA - but I won’t. I'll sum it up...As of today I am officially putting my self on the RICK O’SHEA - LIVE LIFE - LOVE LIFE - LONGEVITY IN SPITE OF LIFE DIET!!! I’ll check with his wonderful mom and see if she can remember the particulars - I’m sure some of his close friends can help also - I do remember these two things... Don’t eat meat and drink and plenty of God’s Own Bread - BEER!!!
Well that’s all I can think of, and I'm pretty drunk so I better pull over and let someone else drink. Just kidding kids - stay in school.
Until Next Time
Thank you once again for letting me be weird... I will return the favor.
just say yes!
meet Andy Ward King, a professional musician and artist until a diagnosis of parkinons dsease at age 49 forced him into an early retirement., he now uses his music, his art along with the whimsical world he has created in this blog as therapy to ( as he puts it ) outsmart his brain and make the daily battles with parkinson’s a little bit easier, to give him that all important reason to get up on the morning, to make his life worth living. Andy has learned how to say NO to gving up \ NO to depression and apathy \ NO to following willingly the road of decline that stretches before him. he learned that to say no to all of these things all one has to do is say yes. Andy has learned to just say YES to life/\\