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by Barbara McGraw
by Don Kent
by Peggy Bushy
Wednesday night I took the plunge and headed into the uncharted waters of a Lewy Body Dementia support group. I was thankful to have my good friend Leslie by my side for moral support—being a...
When my wife and I first received the diagnosis of dementia with Lewy bodies, it was not as much of a shock; nor was it a surprise. After 18 months of testing we both knew it was coming. Along with...
My father was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia in July 2016 and passed away at 71 years old on October 2, 2016. My mother wrote this poem about him:
I Didn't Know
Today, I am blessed by having a Visiting Angel named Shannon who was also an alcoholic, although I am still working on her to quit the cigarettes. Since my own daughter is Shannon’s age, and...
Ormolu was born January 16, 1935. She married Robert Napper on September 12, 1957 and were married for 59 years.
They had a daughter and three sons. During her lifetime, she battled with...
Travel is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Getting into a car or boarding a plane and being whisked away to another city, state, or country to explore its wonders always creates a sense of...