For those with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s (and even if you don’t)follow the journey of one woman’s at home care for her mother.It is inspiring and real.
Alzheimer’s is such a weird journey. It is so convoluted and each person’s experience is so very different. I am involved with several groups and I see photos and read comments from family members who care for their loved ones. Some have them in special facilities, others have them at home with them, and still others are trying to help from afar. In any of these scenarios, the experience is pretty much a unique one. But the thread of Alzheimer’s runs through them all. I keep looking for markers and “points of no return” with mom. And when I see them, I inwardly cringe and outwardly square my shoulders and jump back into the ring to continue to fight this Alzheimer’s thing.
I like growing flowers. I am learning so much about which ones grow in our northern climate, and which ones over-winter well. And then there are those that the…
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