Dec. 2, 2020 I am almost done with a jigsaw puzzle that has over 1,000 pieces. I can’t wait to see the finished product after the hard work that has gone into turning pieces this way and that way to match colors, edges, and patterns. Although the puzzle was new when I received it, IContinue reading “WALK AWAY FROM THE PUZZLE”

Look at the Half Full Glass

Nov. 11, 2020 It’s so easy to lament all the things an Alzheimer’s patient has lost, and that’s mostly because the issues are staring us in the face. Everyone’s journey is different, yet some of the observable losses in those suffering from this disease include progressive inabilities to use the phone, handle finances, select properContinue reading “Look at the Half Full Glass”

Accepting the Diagnosis of a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

Oct. 7, 2020 “Mom’s doctor prescribed a medicine that would help slow the process and allow her to make mental connections, but the truth that there was no cure for Alzheimer’s carried the most weight in my heart. It was not a cold she could get over; there was no invading lump or tumor thatContinue reading “Accepting the Diagnosis of a Loved One with Alzheimer’s”