Like all parents my parents made a deep impression on me growing up- they still do. My parents always had … Continue reading Why History Matters
This post had every intention of being posted in the month of October. Between school and family however, it was … Continue reading October. . .Part II, Try November
My dad had a magical relationship with dogs. When in his presence they would gravitate to him which he welcomed … Continue reading Leonard
Dementia is unrelenting. In a weird way the person that is afflicted is kind of let off the hook. They … Continue reading Sticking Together
My father was diagnosed with dementia in April of 2012 at a neurologist’s office in Perinton, NY. It was a … Continue reading The Diagnosis
One of the first things that comes to mind when thinking about my father was his voracious appetite for … Continue reading Reading and The New York Times
There are a lot of reminders of my father in my life. I have come to realize that for myself, … Continue reading Undies. . .