A journey in time with Alzheimer's


We’ve been friends, prayer warriors through most of my adult life. When I had a problem, I’d call Momma and she’d pray for us. When she had a need, I’d pray for her. So many prayers answered between us, it’s awesome. God has seen us through. Now I gaze upon her and see that God is with her as she journey’s through this Alzheimer’s storm. Her baby dolls keep her from being lonely. You can be lonely with others around, and Momma has hearing difficulty, making her situation a challenge. Bought her dolls baby bunting hats and you’d have thought I’d spent gold. She was so appreciative. Her baby dolls are her strength, her drive to get up and going. I’m so thankful she has an out in this dreary disease. A lady passed away on Friday that I grew up around, played with her kids. She was my Moms best friends sister. Aunt Lillian Lis from New York. I’ve so many memories of Aunt Lillian (not an aunt by blood, but by love), she was kind to me. You never forget kindness. Thank you Jesus for kind people in my young life. They helped me become who I am. And who I am, helps me care for my sweet Mother.

Caring Is Sharing/ sg/ April 3, 2015

Comments on: "Reflection" (2)

  1. ❤ Happy Easter, Sheila. ❤ ❤

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  2. Patrecia (with an E) said:

    Been a while….did get a wee bit worried..but I knew you would pop up sooner or later.
    That was a very lovely piece that you have written about loving your Mom and to try to add anything to that would not be right..so I won’t.
    Suffice to say you are all in my thoughts and Mom’s life is in God’s Hands….
    love P

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