Reading Time: 3 minutes The view of Mom’s new home from the front porch. Last week I began the story of Mom’s Alzheimer’s. You’ll want to catch up if
Reading Time: 3 minutes A few years ago the family started to notice that my grandmother (here-to-for known as “Mother” or “Mom”) was forgetting… words. It was that “searching
Reading Time: 5 minutes Last week I wrote about derailments in life. Sometime we are waylaid and sometimes there’s a train wreck. Both slow us down. The latter insists
Reading Time: 3 minutes Last week I wrote about the importance of telling your story. How you sharing your stories might be the very thing on this trip that
Reading Time: 5 minutes High or low. Sharing stories give us a running chance at handling, wrestling with, pulling through, dodging, slogging, or even waiting until we catch up to the present where the story will allow us to move (sometimes forward) again.