I'm so sorry that you are having to face this. I remember when I was told I had PD it was quite a shock, I hadn't realised the significance of the symptoms I had been experiencing.
I remember my husband and I went shopping after the hospital and all I could think of was what the neurologist had said. "You have Parkinson's disease". The words went round and round in my head for hours, it was awful.
I thought that life as I knew it was over and that I would have to leave work within a year or two and that I would be disabled.
One of the things that worried me most was the thought of having my driving licence taken away and losing my independence.
That was over three years ago now and my fears have not been realised. I am still working full time, in fact I was promoted to now manage a team of people despite having PD. I still drive and do the same things I have always done. It took a while to find a mix of drugs to suit me but it was worth persevering.
It is easier to say than do, but try not to panic, this is generally a slowly progressing condition so nothing will happen overnight.
Try to enjoy your holiday