I know a couple of people with Alzheimer's, one my age. That is why a friend gave this book to me. It took me a while to read it. Maybe I didn't want to face the reality of what my friends are going through. This book developed the problem -- oh geez -- I don't want to say beautifully, but it was kind of amazing. How do you put into words what someone else with this disease is going through when you aren't going through it yourself? I don't know, but the author managed to do that credibly. I will say, by the end I wanted the book to end. Alzheimer's is horrible and this book illustrates that.
Here goes . . .
I write novels. I've written screenplays, short stories, newsletters, business communications and articles. I'm not great at thank you notes. My sister is, but she doesn't know it. I'm not much for blogging. Don't have something to say worth reading everyday. But this is a blog and we'll see what turns up.