The Dodge, Release Party
The Dodge: Guts, Glory, and Living at Full-Throttle
By Anne Cutter Mikkelsen and Eduard Alden Mikkelsen
Published by Willow Island Press
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Bellingham, WA (PRWEB) April 19, 2012
Bellingham Couple Shares How to Live at Full Throttle with Parkinson’s at Book Signing and Personal Appearance with Beloved Classic 1941 Dodge at Village Books, April 22
Mike and Anne Mikkelsen’s new book, “The Dodge: Guts, Glory and Living at Full Throttle,” recounts the lifeline forged for Mike through decades restoring the Classic Dodge D-19 Luxury Liner Convertible he discovered at age 17, later intertwined with their life story as a couple as they grapple with Parkinson’s disease since Mike’s diagnosis in 1993.
Event: The Dodge, Book Signing at Village Books
April 22nd, 2012 at Village Books in Bellingham.
Restoring a Classic Dodge Over Six Decades Forges a Lifeline for an Artist With Parkinson’s Disease.
Sculptor, potter, and lifelong classic auto collector and restoration enthusiast, Eduard Alden “Mike” Mikkelsen, has collaborated on a new memoir with his wife, Anne Cutter Mikkelsen. “The Dodge: Guts, Glory, and Living at Full-Throttle” recounts the intertwined life stories of Mike – who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1993, Anne, and the beloved 1941 Dodge convertible he rescued 60 years ago at age 17. Their journey with Parkinson’s and adventures together reveal valuable lessons about coping with physical and emotional losses experienced in PD and other neurodegenerative disease.