Dementia seems so arbitrary. After watching it progress in Mama’s life over ten years now, I’m surprised that it can
Dad and I both had quivering chins and tear filled eyes. Becky, the music therapist from hospice, came again today.
Being a caregiver has taught me, among many other lessons, that God has a sense of humor. And He often
The hospice workers are pretty amazing. Such compassionate, gifted people. Today Mama had her hair shampooed and nails filed, by
I’m so emotional today. Things are changing more with Mama and I’m not ready to even write about it all
My daughter came home this morning from getting my mama up out of bed, bathed, and fed. (Dad pays her
A few years ago in this journey with Alzheimer’s, I used to ask Mom, “Do you know who I am?”