PKD Connection Blog

This is part of a special series for the month of November, where we share with you what some of us in the PKD community are thankful for this year. As November and our special thankful series come to a close, we […]

This is part of a special series for the month of November, where we share with you what some of us in the PKD community are thankful for this year. “Each day I am thankful for Nights that turned into […]

This is part of a special series for the month of November, where we share with you what some of us in the PKD community are thankful for this year. As Thanksgiving approaches, I am grateful that I will be able to […]

Bill Brazell is a longtime friend of the PKD Foundation. He served on the Board of Trustees from 2007-2013 and he has been involved for many years as a volunteer, advocate and donor to the PKD Foundation. When a former […]

I often hear a voice in my head. You know, that voice that shares unsolicited advice and tells us what we should or shouldn’t do. Sometimes I respond to those mysterious monologues, but other times I can’t be bothered to […]

Last month, my dad and I sat on the rocks alongside the American River in CA. There was a man-made pool in the river created with river rocks. My mom was sitting on a large rock in the pool. Her […]

You never know what the new day will bring. We can plan ahead our intentions for the next day, but unexpected or unwanted obstacles may present themselves. This happened to me last week. I went to bed Sunday evening with […]

Welcome to PKD Connection! I am Angela Connelly (pictured left with blog contributor Kelly Welsh). As Chief Marketing Officer for the PKD Foundation, one of the best parts of my job is getting to know people. And there are many […]

“All we are really looking for is connection, direction and meaning.” – Lucia Steele Living with PKD is a life of acceptance, fear, patience, strength, love and change. We yearn for connecting with others that ‘get it.’ We want to […]

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