Monday, January 29, 2007

To Clear Up Some Possible Confussion

If you read this blog you willll notice that you can click on comment and leave one. But I have listed a form on teh side for those who want comments private and not published. Comments left at the pottom of the post are made public, those sent to me are not and I will answer them in time. This so called DISEASE i suffer srom really has a way of screwwing up my mind. No spell checker this is me. I frustate those I love and care for. I find my self wandering in the house and the corrridors of mly mind wich are all messed up. Days go bye and I do not remember them. This is my life and it will only get worse until my circle is closed. Which I truly hope is soon. I do not like living this way. Play the Alzheimers Prayer located on the side bar, maybe you will understand.

God Bless
Joe

4 comments:

Dirty Butter said...

Do you really wish to have a short life Joe? I can tell you for sure that my Mama still had pleasure in her life for a long time, even after she broke her hip. It was a different kind of pleasure, that's true, but for the most part she was happy. When she did become agitated, we had medicines to help her calm down.

Her quality of life was not horribly diminished until after the hip surgery at 90!

Dirty Butter said...

I just wanted to stop by and tell you I was thinking of you this morning, Joe.

Marion said...

I bet you feel differently on some days, Joe, when things go well. Take those days and live life to the fullest, as I know you already do...my prayers are with you.

Anonymous said...

Dear Joe,
I'm writing from Portugal and I sincerely wish you all the best you can get. My mum suffers from the same disease but she doesn't know, and I will always believe that she's blessed for that. Sometimes she knows there's something wrong but we've been able to avoid the confrontation with reality trying to make her life happier.
Pardon me if I believe I understand your fears but from the bottom of my heart hope you will be able to live with them. I would feel the same, I'm sure...
I know I can't change your feelings, but accept a huge hug from this side of the Atlantic.
Sincerely
Helena