Tag Archive | dementia

The Gate

“Are you in there, Daddy?” Dad smiles back at me, his eyes shining, a look of glee on his face. He grins wider and squeezes my hand harder… He has no idea who I am does he? *She can’t hear me can she?* *I’m looking right in my baby’s eyes and squeezing her hand but, […]

….crap

….crap

It happened again… At least I think it did. I can’t remember if it did or not, but I still have a sense of confusion. That’s usually a marker that I have forgotten to do something, I can’t remember something or I can’t remember to do something I forgot about. This seems to be a […]

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