Hi Bookworm, I was just wondering if you play Candy Crush on iPad? If you are on Facebook and sign in and out of the game sometimes they give you a free piñata and UFO after you start the first move. Usually not on the weekends but during the week. I know how frustrating the game can be without a ton of boosters. I hope you are able to join us at the new episodes soon.
Sorry to hear about your husband, my brother has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s and my Mother-in-law had it too.
Ruth, I'm so sorry for what you are going through with your husband's illness. My mother has early stage Alzheimer's and it's challenging dealing with her loss of comprehension and ability... I can only imagine the difficulties you are experiencing. I wanted to send along my thoughts and best wishes and cyber hugs.
Thanks, Debra. I wish there was something comforting to say about this disease but it is relentless and horrendous to deal with. I hope your Mom is helped by some of the few drugs that prolong cognition for awhile. My husband was not helped by coconut oil, medical marijuana or excellon patches. Perhaps the Parkinson’s meds were in part to blame.
Have been in communication with DCG , bureaucrat, and wiki has been vandalised. I’m just keeping playing at the moment and obviously can’t post, but DCG and co. are working to fix it. Just keep checking your wall. Take care. Marion
I saw you posted on above level as a moderator. The referenced level evidently has been nerfed. I and another poster have no popcorn squares on our screens. I have no facebook account so cannot contact kingcare. Is there nyway you can find out about this problem?
Thanks for your kind thoughts, Maz. Paul is doing well physically for the most part, but he has developed Parkinson’s dementia and that is so difficult for me to handle remembering the brilliant man he once was. He is reduced to not being able to remember two directions at once! Some days are a nightmare. Yes, CC is a great diversion and you and LMS are a pleasure to play the game with.
So sorry to hear this. Richard has the type where he freezes rather than shakes and he becomes rooted to the spot and Carole can't move him. He too is slowly losing his intellect but does not yet have full blown dementia. Do you have any help from family or outside sources?