In this FINAL EPISODE of "No Doorway Wide Enough, I'll explain how this book came by its name. I'll serve up, perhaps, the WEIRDEST dream I've had so far, I'll share a poem I call, "Ode to an Adult Diaper," we'll wrap up the first round of physical therapy, I'll run down a list of things I wanted to discuss with my neurologist at the next visit, and we'll wrap up this book, on the three year anniversary of the day I had my deep brain stimulation surgery.
Thanks to the cats at Cheap Radio Thrills and Kevin McLeod at Incompetech.com for the music, and thanks to the gang at Podiobooks for putting this on their site. Now that we have a complete book, I'm asking one final time for you to dig into your pocket and donate to PD research. You can get a hard copy of this book at practically every major online bookseller and through my website. And you can donate right here on the Podiobooks website.
With this episode, the book is complete. If you've enjoyed this story, if you found it inspirational in any way, I hope you will donate to help find a cure for this devastating disease Don't forget, 100 percent of all author proceeds go to the National Parkinson Foundation and the Charles DBS Research Fund at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Vanderbilt is seeking to expand their clinical trial nationwide... going from the current 30 patients to hundreds, perhaps thousands. But they need donations.
If this book moved you in any way, if it inspired you, if it made you think about your own mortality and how YOU would handle the diagnosis of this beast of a disease at an early age, then I beeseech you once again to dig into your pockets -- buy a hardcopy, or donate through Podiobooks.
Be watching for my next podiobook, a raucous and horribly politically-incorrect bit of fiction called, "Undercover Trucker, How I Saved America by Truckin' Towels for the Taliban." Should be up on Podiobooks before too much longer.
Thank you for your time!