Forget Me Not: Writing My Way Through Alzheimer's

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Inkwell Productions, Mar 17, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 87 pages
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In March of 2001, my husband of 55 years died after suffering from Alzheimer's for ten agonizing years. Never in my fantasy of "living happily ever after" did I picture myself strolling down the grocery aisle debating whether my spouse would prefer Depends with Mickey Mouse on the crotch or just plain Pull-Ups. It's as if step by step the Alzheimer's patient is tiptoeing back to his childhood.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter
7
Chapter
13
Chapter
19
Chapter
25
Chapter
31
The Nature Of Love And The Source Of Life
39
When Love Has A Vision
53
Prisons Without Wires
101
The Big Trip Of Life
113
Pointing To A Direction
119
Quesions Of The Heart
129
A Childs Dream
139
No Desire To Be Betrayed
147
The Dilemma Of Our Society
153
A Boy Named George
167

The Stages Of The Mind
59
Deafli Of A Warrior
65
We Must Protect The Beautiful Park
73
A Powerful Expression
83
Emotions Or Destiny
93
Fitting The Pieces Of The Puzzle
174
A Peaceful Forest Of Life
181
The Mystery Of A Birthmark
189
Epilogue
197
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About the author (2004)

Gloria Marshall has lived in Arizona for the past thirty years where her humor articles have appeared in local publications. She is the author of How to be a Faire Grandmother, a humourous guide for grandparenting; and Mimosa: A French Country Mystery. Her most recent book Butterfly Mornings and and Wild Flower Afternoons is humorous tale of her experiences in rural living on Orcas Island off the coast of Washington State. She has also published articles in the Christian Science Monitor and written scripts for As The World Turns.

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