Harry is one of my primary mentors, and the prime reason I take the time and energy to write my own blog, and the many hours I spend to share the writing of others.
Below is an excerpt from Harry’s blog:
My spelling is not so good anymore and my grammar ain’t as good as it used to be, but I seem to get my message across without too many of my teacher’s getting hissy fits.
It seems I’m going back to the days of spelling with phonics and spelling words the way they sound to me. If my spell checker doesn’t mind, it is good enough for me.
This is a good example of allowing me to do the things I love, even though I may be wrong in the way I do them. I’m 12 years down the road of dementia so I can afford a little slack.
So many of us give up the things we love to do because we can’t do them as well as we once did. Maybe someone is always correcting us for doing it “our way” and not the proper way but what matter does it make? I may not be around when my grades come out, so why would I care?
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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