HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

We are thankful for all God’s blessings, and we are hopeful your Thanksgiving Day is filled with love, laughter, and joy as you continue your caregiving journey. Blessings and Smiles, The Staff of Senior Life Journeys/Let’s Talk Dementia     Sometimes, You’ve Just Got...
Alzauthors National Caregiver Appreciation Month

Alzauthors National Caregiver Appreciation Month

I am proud to be part of alzauthors.com. Many of us have chosen to run a special sale on our books during November in celebration of NATIONAL CAREGIVER APPRECIATION MONTH. That means you can purchase LET’S TALK DEMENTIA on Kindle for 99 cents! Yes, less than $1! Click...
Hurricane Alzheimer’s

Hurricane Alzheimer’s

I have heard it said “the quickest way to make God giggle is to make plans”. If that is true, God has giggled a great deal lately. In September, my husband and I planned a trip to Southwest Florida to house sit for our children while they went on a great...
How I Wish I Could

How I Wish I Could

I am an Amazon Best Selling Author who writes about dementia. I have a podcast titled “Let’s Talk Dementia” listened to in 35 countries. I have a YouTube channel devoted to dementia. I educate about dementia everyday. However, I cannot make Momma well. I cannot fix...
It’s Been A Crappy Week

It’s Been A Crappy Week

Maybe I shouldn’t use the word “crappy”. After all, I am a best-selling author and should have a more extensive vocabulary. Well, get over it. Crappy is exactly how I feel about the last week. Momma is declining. That is crappy! No getting around it. Momma is...
She Has Been Very Confused

She Has Been Very Confused

Momma has mid-stage advancing Alzheimer’s. Most of the time, Momma is happy and upbeat. She recognizes her confusion, and she is good at making light of the situation. Things have changed recently. Momma has seemed more confused and even sad as of late. It is very...
The Bridge is Out

The Bridge is Out

I had the opportunity to talk with a wonderful lady who is the main caregiver for her mother.  She expressed great concern for her mother, who has Alzheimer’s and her sister, who is living in a land we call “denial”.  Other people call that land...