Category: My Story

Do Not Ask Me To Remember

Do not ask me to remember

When we saw it, Vicki and I each wanted to share this message with you. It captures this time in Vicki’s life so clearly.

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Sims, Design, and FTD

Thanksgiving

I am a diehard The Sims FreePlay gamer. I work hard on it every day because (1) I enjoy it, and (2) It forces me to think sequentially, which is the hardest part of my disease (Frontotemporal Dementia – FTD). And I am proud of the work I have done. I’ve begun posting photos of …

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Caught Up In The Meat loaf

For 4 years I have won the battle with FTD (Frontotemporal Dementia) and, all things considered, including all the potential threats, I’ve had a good four years. But lately, Papa, I am afraid. Not like when I had spiders coming out of the ceiling light, or thought so. Not like ‘how will I live now …

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Please wait … shutting down

Huh. Life is funny. I wrote this amazing (my words) post and only the headline was saved. I am 2 hours away from posting ‘rabbit, rabbit’ on my children’s and close friends FB or text. Years ago, my baby girls told me that the first words out of our mouth on the first day of …

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Peanut Gringo

It’s a beautiful August Summer day. I have 2 friends coming to visit today and I am feeling good. Beanni actually used the pee pad. I don’t think it gets much better than this. Understanding. Comprehension. Apathy. They seem to rule my life and fight with it. My girls came over yesterday, Bep weeding & …

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