I keep doing the things I love. I adapt and work at keeping a sense of humor. By this way of adapting I discover new ways of achieving authentic ceramic pieces. I love the feel of clay and the creative process and it beats grieving over what I think I can't have. I have been a potter for several decades and continued working with clay as part of my own personal process during times of depression with the Parkinson's disease. As a potter with Parkinson's disease, times of depression have been real and I find myself leaving what I love. So time and time again, I return...clay brings me joy!