I echo the comments made by everyone else: PD is a nasty business, presents differently in everyone, can vary day by day, and at times is dispiriting. BUT, and this is a big thing, having a community of fellow travelers and concerned experts with whom to vent, share experiences, compare notes, ask questions (about anything!), and learn is wonderful support and this website certainly provides all of that.
I have found, in the nearly 4 years of dealing with PD, working full-time in a very high stress, demanding job, that you need to be kind to yourself, unapologetically take the time you need each day and each week to do what makes you feel better (whether it be exercise, meditation, socializing, creating, gardening, hanging out with the dog, or anything else you enjoy), and not permit yourself to feel any less than your most whole self if you find you need to ask others for help from time to time. Cherish your wife, look for joy in every day, maintain resilience (not easy for attorneys -- we are among the LEAST resilient occupations!), and educate yourself about PD. And come here often.
Best to you, Sean, and welcome.
Thank you very much for your warm welcome and wonderful advice. This is a "club" that brings little joy in membership but, seemingly, has amazing members. I take to heart your wise words and continue on living life and trying to make the most of the good and the not-so-good. I'm doing all I can to not allow PD to steer my course in life and to keep as much control over the disease as I can. I wish you well and look forward to more "conversations" with you in the future.