Do You Know?

Do You Know? “She doesn’t even know we are here.”   The dismissive sentence was muttered by a man standing in the doorway to your room.   We had recently moved you into an assisted living facility on your doctor’s advice.  My mom – your daughter – had been caring for you in her home for years, since shortly after the death of your beloved husband.  But as plaque continued to ravage your brain, her ability to care for you became less and less sustainable. That statement voiced at the door was more than an observation; it also felt like … Continue reading Do You Know?