PWD David Kramer Mar 2015


 March 2015 Excerpts from my friend David Kramer

March 9, 2015 at 5:31am:

Short term memory, what short term memory? More “Fun with Alzheimer’s”!So we were driving home and my wonderful wife asks me to head to Bed, Bath and Beyond. I say “sure” and head home. A moment later she reminds me that we were going to B, B, and B.So we are leaving the club and Tiffany asks me to go to Publix (right turn). “Happy to do so”, I say. Then I turn left and head to home. A quick reminder and we are back on track. smile emoticonToo often if I’m not concentrating on exactly where I am heading we simply won’t get there. It’s simply do it now or forget-about-it. Say it now or forget-about-it. As quickly as the seed is planted it dies. Such is life with Alzheimer’s.

Now don’t forget to have a great day and…Stay tuned!

P.S.: Tiffany said these are only the examples I remember. wink emoticon

 Truthful Kindness on March 9, 2015 at 10:59am: Thinking about making a March page for you in my blog, David Kramer, so the monthly newsletter can pull this up. Yes?
 Living Well with Alzheimer’s on March 9, 2015 at 11:58am: Sure! Help yourself to it all. smile emoticon


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