Below is Harry Urban’s blog entry of 29 November, 2015 and 2017.
All I want for Christmas is you
has a double meaning when you are living with dementia.
When I say that,
I mean that I want to remember you and your name at Christmas.
We know things will change and the day will come when I forget you,
… not the love we shared but the person I see.
At times it is so hard to handle the things I know
because they will come true
and there is nothing I can do to prevent it.
My faith and the knowledge I am doing the right thing will help me …
The day will come when I no longer need to carry this weight
and I will be forever in peace.
– Harry Urban 2015-11/29 Tags: gift, relat,
2017 Nov 29: It was cold and crisp, but I … sit outside on my bench and give thanks.
… no pretending everything is ok,
just me opening my soul and asking for guidance.
… my fears come pouring out
… and ways to adapt and face them come flooding in
… I always believed in a higher power … It will be there to sooth my fears and help to guide my life.
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Above are excerpted with permission, from Harry’s blog at
Harry also has a group of both text and virtual support groups through “Forget Me Not”. Website is at http://www.forgetmenot.support/
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