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Terri Reinhart spent 18 years teaching kindergarten at the Denver Waldorf School. She now enjoys spending time making brooms, felting, knitting, bookbinding, painting, and filling up the house with various craft supplies. She is probably the only woman who has ever asked her husband for 50 pounds of broomcorn for her birthday. She also enjoys writing because, as she says, “It helps me to process all the crazy wonderful things in life without screaming or hitting anything.”

Her husband, Chris, is very patient.


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15 Best Parkinson's Blogs of 2012

Healthline.com has come out with a list of their pick of the top 15 blogs for Parkinson's disease, 2012. I would highly recommend you take the time to look through these sites. They are all, without exception, great blogs.

Best Parkinson's Blogs

I found a new favorite amongst them:  

Sitting Comfortably?  This is the blog of Andy Daly: artist, teacher, photographer, swimmer, cyclist, and Tae Kwon Do black belt.  He has Parkinson's, too.  

There are other familiar sites from Kate Kelsall (Shake, Rattle, and Roll), Bibmomma, and Dirtybutter, and of course, Bob Kuhn's "Positively Parkinson's".  

In case you didn't know, Bob has been traveling around the world to collect stories about Parkinson's disease.  I was also reminded of Peter Dunlap-Shohl's blog, "Off and On", from Alaska.  Peter is a cartoonist.

There's more, of course.  Studio Foxhoven even got in there!  After you look at the list and peruse the websites, go back and look through Healthline's website.  I've used this site as a reference any number of times.  

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