Get Up and Move

How many times, as a child, did you fall down, scrape your knee, and run into your house screaming with pain for Mommy to make it all better?  Mommy would scoop you up in her arms, take a look at the wound, wash it off, give it a kiss, put you down and watch you getContinue reading “Get Up and Move”

Easy Decisions are Hard to Make

Even though you do nothing to deserve dementia, you still feel as though you could have done things differently.  You begin questioning the way you ate, exercised, even lived that could have made a difference.  You then must determine the simple actions that will make life easier for your loved one.   It’s been 7.429 weeksContinue reading “Easy Decisions are Hard to Make”

Because I Can

It’s been fifteen days since the love of my life went to his forever home with complications from Dementia. Today, I went to the cemetery to choose the headstone and take a look at the gravesite. As I sat there talking with the young lady who assisted me in doing what I never planned toContinue reading “Because I Can”

It’s Not a Final Goodbye

As I was lying in bed early Friday morning, June 12, I prayed my usual prayer that Jesus would give me strength for the day and allow me to be the conduit of His grace and mercy throughout the day ahead. No one could have prepared me for the next four days, and yet IContinue reading “It’s Not a Final Goodbye”

Hello Tomorrow

It was a typical Friday morning for Henry and me as we were on our way to the church office.  Since Mom and Dad had moved in with us nine years before, we could always check on them as we left our house.  We had purchased a house with a mini apartment on one end, and weContinue reading “Hello Tomorrow”