Alzheimer’s: A Personal Story

One day Norene got on a city bus and went for a ride. But she never got off at any of the stops. After she had ridden all over Fresno without arriving at a destination, the bus driver noticed and called a supervisor. The supervisor saw her medical bracelet with my father’s work phone number... Continue Reading →

Hang on to youth as long as you can – your child’s or your own

Woke up this morning after the longest travel day ever - 18 hours home from vacation in Georgia. After a week out of town, the provisions in the fridge were depressingly low. I don't do black coffee, so I had to make a run to the store for cream. While I was out, I had... Continue Reading →

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