A journey in time with Alzheimer's

Point On The Wall

When I stare at a point on the wall, I can see the whole wall with my peripheral vision.
When I divert my eyes off that point, my perspective changes but not my vision.

So goes our lives, when we take our eyes off the point we have set before us, it’s really hard to get back
on that certain spot. So we pick another spot and continue forward, holding on to the vision.

I am always proud of those who finish the path once started, even if it’s years later. No one knows how much patience and time they’ve given to finishing their vision.

So, keep your eye on the point and you’ll see your vision through to the end.    But if by some chance you are thwarted, pick a new spot from which to begin.

Copyright/ Sheila Grimes/ September 2012

Mom  finished her high school equivalency and took college mail order courses and received  diplomas  after the age of 60 years old.   She doesn’t remember any of this.  But we do!

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