Puppies are easier to paint! And cooking is easier than painting, and just as much fun.
portraits are HARD! Time for another class.
Tomorrow we go to Yale NewHaven for a "DBS SUPPORT GROUP." It's a place where people with Parkinson's share how their experience having DBS went and how their lives have changed. Dave is happy to share-- his life is so much better, and I am told he has quietly mentioned to a friend: '...and Barb … Continue reading We are the exemplars now
Some new info for those interested in saving money and getting rid of cable tv! Direct Tv Now just added ABC, so it's a no-brainer. For $40 a month we get everything we could want, live tv and the ability to "tape" shows (which we never do, but anyway...). We use Apple TV for everything … Continue reading Cutting the Cord, Redux
What books did you read as a child? Were you a Gary Paulsen fan? Did you love stories about fishing, outdoors, and survival? Or were you a Little House on the Prairie reader? Did you lose yourself in books like Judy Blume’s Blubber and Cynthia Voigt’s Dicey’s Song, to escape from the problems in your … Continue reading Textual Lineage
My son and daughter-in-law live in Outer Sunset-- just found (on Etsy) one of the great t shirts I see on my walks! Walking the path along the beach up to Golden Gate Park is the most fun thing we do! Now we have a baby in a stroller to join us and the dog! … Continue reading I love San Francisco
Today my husband went to Yale New Haven Hospital for brain surgery. Scary, yes. But he's wanted this ever since he was first diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. While his tremors are somewhat managed with medication, the disease prevents him from doing many of the things he loves: singing, playing the flute, backpacking. This surgery has … Continue reading Deep Brain Stimulation