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Three years ago (wow, time flies!) I posted a blog about Michael J. Fox, his Parkinson's disease, and how his words are great inspiration for us Alopecians:
In today's Parade Magazine (which comes with our local paper, and also around the country), there's an interview with him. I have to share a couple of his comments:
"People ask me, 'Does it bother you when you shake in front of people?'" he says. "No, it sometimes bothers me when I can't do what I want, but I don't give a damn about how it looks."
Later in the interview he's asked "How do you battle Parkinson's?" His answer: "I don't look at life as a battle or as a fight. I don't think I'm scrappy. I'm accepting. I say 'living with' or 'working through' Parkinson's. Acceptance doesn't mean resignation; it means understanding that something is what it is and that there's got to be a way through it."
Dear friends...please read these words several times and think about how they apply to you, and to us.