I have registered for the 25th Parkinson’s Unity Walk on Saturday, April 27, 2019, in New York City’s Central Park and I’m reaching out to invite you to join me. I will be walking the team William the Conquerer with Bill Handler and his family. Check out last year’s team photo below.
Over one million people in the United States are living with Parkinson’s disease today – a number that continues to grow because every nine minutes, someone is newly diagnosed.
By joining the Unity Walk, together we can make a difference in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. One hundred percent of donations go directly to research funded by four Parkinson’s disease foundations in the United States. The Parkinson’s Unity Walk (EIN 13-3842415) is the largest single-day grassroots fundraiser for Parkinson’s disease research in the country. In addition to a 1.4-mile wheelchair-accessible walk, it is also a day of community and education.
Please support my fundraising efforts and donate to the Unity Walk for Parkinson’s disease research. To donate, please visit my fundraising webpage by searching for my name.
Whatever you can give will make a difference – every donation adds up. Together, we will find a cure, and I appreciate your support.
P.S. From my fundraising webpage, you can donate online and join me for the 2019 Parkinson’s Unity Walk. Thanks again for any support you can give.
You can also donate offline. Please make all checks payable and mail to:
Parkinson’s Unity Walk
PO Box 275
Kingston, NJ 08528
*If you donate offline, please include, “William Koenig, 2019 Parkinson’s Unity Walk” on the check memo line.
I’m trying to do better at self-care. This means a deep reduction in the Seamless orders and some cooking on my own. It’s not my best thing, but I am getting there.
Traveling with Tricia for our 40th anniversary reminded me of how much I like cauliflower. I have always liked salmon. Now I am trying to figure out how to cook both of them.
This was my meal on March 23.
Gym at the Shire. Treadmill (15 minutes slow pace but there). Arm work. Core work. Stretching.
Cherokee Flute – Gaby Nagel
It’s Going to Rain – Paula Nelson
Trail of Tears Song, We Will Go Together – Joy Harjo
A Tribe Called Red – Angel Haze
Walk with Me – Mary Youngblood
Pata Pata 2000 – Miriam Makeba
The Rite of Letting Go – Sera
Universal Soldier – Buffy Sainte-Marie
Solidify – Sheryl Crow
Voodoo Child (Slight Return) – Angelique Kidjo
No More – Fran Wood
Mercedes Benz – Janis Joplin
Candles in the Wind/Lay Down – Melanie
Peace and Power – Joanne Shennandoah
Sandcastles – Beyonce
Spirit Lullaby – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Never Let Go – Nitanis “Kit” Largo
We Are Here – Sharon Burch
Song of Hope – Thunder Bird Sisters
Morningside Gardens. Walking. Still slowly but for a bit more at a time. Stretching.
Water Is Life – Wanita Bird
Rain Please Go Away – Alison Krauss
The Sea – Morcheeba
Wade in the Water – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Rain Song – Sharon Burch
Wash Me Clean – k.d. lang
Bring Me Some Water – Melissa Etheridge
Shimmer, Prayer for Cleaning the Water – Joy Harjo
Waterfalls – TLC
Muddy Water – Bessie Smith
Where Peaceful Waters Flow – Gladys Knight & The Pips
River – Natalie Merchant
Chrerokee River – Walela
I’m Going Down to the River of Jordan – Fannie Lou Hamer
Mighty River – Mary J. Blige
Orinico Flow – Enya
Bridge over Troubled Water – Aretha Franklin
Morningside Gardens. Slow short walks. First day reaching 10,000 steps in two weeks. Stretching. Is this the beginning of a comeback?
Sharpeville – Black Savage
In the Quiet Morning – Joan Baez
Kilamanjaro – Miriam Makeba
Daylight – Alison Krauss
New Life – Brianna Lea Pruett
Never Know – Angelique Kidjo
Carolina in My Mind – Melanie
Ain’t No Way – Aretha Franklin
Leather and Lce – Stevie Nicks
Trail of Life – Sharon Burch
NYC Bitche$ – Awkwafina
Everyday is a Winding Road – Sheryl Crow
Sorry – Beyonce
The Calling – Sera
Unpretty – TLC
Nick of Time – Bonnie Raitt
Sharpville – Hugh Masekela
Gym at the Shire. Short, slow walk on treadmill. Core exercises. Stretching.
Precious Lord – Fannie Lou Hamer
Spring Haze – Tori Amos
Spring Is Here – Ella Fitzgerald
It Might as Well Be Spring – Nina Simone
Spring – Tracy Chapman
The All American Girls Professional Baseball League – The Rockford Peaches
Crazy as Me – Alison Krauss
Letter to Dr. Martin Luther King – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Itche Koutche – Angelique Kidjo
Don’t Hurt Yourself – Beyonce
I Can’t Wait – Stevie Nicks
Morningside Gardens. Limping. Stretching. Rolling lacrosse ball.
Alison Krauss – Down to the River to Pray
Come See About Me – Nicki Minaj
Peace – Sweet Honey in the Rock
Loloye – Angelique Kidjo
Pray You Can Catch Me – Beyonce
Matters of the Heart – Tracy Chapman
Hear Me Lord – Bonnie Raitt
A Natural Woman – Aretha Franklin
Desert Angel – Stevie Nicks
We Do What We Can – Sheryl Crow
Four Seasons – Melanie Durrant
What’s Easy for Two Is So Hard for One – Mary Wells