Monthly Archives: December 2010

Bit By Bit

The truth is, Alzheimer’s fools you.  It’s a sneaky bastard of a disease.  You just get your head around the basic idea that your family member or friend (my mother, in my case) is going to lose all memory of … Continue reading

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Winding Up, Winding Down

I’m sitting here watching snow fall outside my window — a few scattered flakes; not at all the nor’easter I’d like to see come screaming in for Christmas.  Wool-gathering; determined to be better about writing on this blog as so … Continue reading

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