It’s Easter morning. I didn’t go to church today. I only remember missing one Easter service in the last 35 years. It was the day my first child was born — an Easter baby. 239 more words
Tags » Dementia
How can one man be two things at once?
As his body responds to his mind
That never did care for his limbs.
His mind tells his body to sing, 62 more words
This is really only a mini-act I suppose, but I sent some emails to staff at organisations that do important work for our society and who have to work through the Easter holiday. 75 more words
Easter Sunday of 2005 was the day that my father died. He suffered from dementia and could no longer remember large chunks of his life, where he was or who his family members were. 978 more words