A journey in time with Alzheimer's

He Is Gone …

Mom’s grandson Kyle, age 23, died in a fire on Tuesday of this week.  We’ve chosen not to share this tragedy with Mother, it serves no purpose, most of her delusions and hallucinations recently have been about tragedy she thinks is happening to the living, so sad.    Her memories are past, she’ll always remember Kyle with her heart.  I will be gone for a week to N.Y.  My husband took time off from work to care for Mother in my absence.  Myself, my husband and our children and grandchildren covet your prayers for our whole family, Kyle’s Mother, Meta,  is my youngest sister.   See you all in cyberspace in a week.

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Comments on: "He Is Gone …" (11)

  1. Praying for your family earnestly. Love you so very much ……

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    • sheilamariegrimes said:

      We are o.k. My sister and family covet your prayers. They are handling things as well as can be expected. They are blessed with many friends and family.

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  2. I’m sorry to hear of your loss. My heartfelt prayers go with you.
    I agree, no point in explaining to your Mom.

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  3. Will be thinking of you.

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  4. Aka Teraka said:

    Praying for you and your family – wishing you strength!

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  5. You are on my mind this week.

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  6. Dear God, a life cut short, Kyle, covering you & your family with prayer, Sheila. For peace and strength in your loss..

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  7. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  8. What a terrible tragedy. Sorry for your loss.

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