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Latest "Chicken Soup" Edition About Alzheimer's

Two Kentucky residents – Theresa Hettinger of Louisville and Lisa Richardson of Georgetown – have been selected as published authors in the new edition of… 534 more words

Alzheimer's

Confessions From The Master

Sooo I haven’t written something personal in a minute, in a long minute and I needed to remind myself – self, “that it’s just as  important to continue to share my personal story and perspective as it is to share information.” I mean this is why the blog was started, so I’m sharing. 773 more words

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Country Music Icon Glen Campbell Moved to Alzheimer's Facility

It was announced earlier this week that country music star Glen Campbell, 78, has been moved into an Alzheimer’s facility. In a statement they gave to… 423 more words

Current Inspirations

Guest Post: Happy Birthday, Rona!!

Happy birthday to you, Rona!

Thank you for all that you’re doing!  You are an inspiration to  all of us!

–Your friends at the Alzheimer’s Association Southeastern Virginia

Alzheimer's Association

Day 47: This one's for you, Mom.

This is the Blog I have ridden across this country to write.
It is special because today is the 3rd anniversary of my Mom’s death to Alzheimer’s disease. 246 more words

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Day 46: Takin' it easy before the home stretch

Monday, rest day in Dauphin Island, Alabama:
What a nice feeling to wake up whenever you want, no rush to eat, no dragging duffle bags, no dragging bikes outside, no checking tires, no making snacks, no trying to decide what to wear based on weather predictions, no reviewing cue sheets for directions hoping to not get lost, no stress of traffic–just our day at a nice Resort to do whatever!!! 60 more words

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Day 45: Living it up, Gulf Coast style!

April 20 Sunday


Got an early start to a short ride 40 miles to Dauphin Island, Alabama to enjoy our day and rest day tomorrow at Dauphin Island Beach Club a timeshare Resort!!   269 more words

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