I have been a Parkinsonís afflicted patient since 1984. At the time my diagnosis was made, I was only 31. Since then my life and thoughts have been consumed by this disease. It is relentless and always with you like a shadow, only this shadow has a weight to it that must be carried. I must take 26 or more well-timed pills each day just to walk, talk and live any sort of life at all. Those with Parkinsonís literally live life from pill to pill. Yet I still dream as all of us do, and I will not give up on the future. This book can be considered an insight into my daydreams and fantasies. I have always refused to succumb to depression and self-pity.