This is a highly personal account of one man's life after his body became wracked by Parkinson's disease. He was a musician, music teacher, high school band leader and school principal. He hunted, he fished, he traveled with his wife and daughter, doing all those things the rest of us do. Today, he continues to teach piano to college students, and to enjoy life with activities that he can still do. He tells his, and his family's, story without bemoaning his fate, but instead, it is a wake-up call to victims of this dreadful disease.
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