Friday, May 22, 2009

No Wonder My BackYard is a Challenge..

I was sittting here reading my last entry, I knew something was wrong with it, but I had to study my own hands to figrue it out. It should have read starting on the left. See I do not know my right from my left anymore. Might be one reason I don't drive anymore and I turn into the wall when walking. I think I have it right now, if not you figure it out I am done.

You know this thing is gettting the better of me, we knew it would happen. I am having greater difficulty in remebering what day it is and am getting lost in conversations more often now. I am trying to follow the note that hangs on my computer desk that just says BLOG. I feel that I will soon not be doing this, having too much trouble with my thoughts, fingers and the friken keybaord.
So much for my crab, you all have a great ad wonderful life.

God Bless You & This Country of Ours!
Joe

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am with yiou in your heart Joe. I wish more than anything that I could make everything good for you. No matter what you may think of yourself at this time-Many people still love you and ALLWAYS will.

Tishira Brown said...

Joe, you are an amazing person and no matter what you always will be. I too am with you in heart and spirit. You and your family will always be in my prayers. You have touched so many people's lives, mine included. I've decided to go ahead and get my degree in nursing so I can work with Alzheimer's patients. I want you to know that you had a part in that decision. I admire you so much for your courage.
God bless you!
~Big Hugs to you and your family~
Tishira in Texas

maria said...

hey Joe i read you blog every day and you have inspire me so much please dont stop bloging even if it dont make sence any more at lest it will give me some thing to look farward to ( and i dont mean it in a bad way) since that HBO specail ive been readin your blog every day and keeping you in my preays if one day you cant type any more you can always find stuff online that will type it for you while you talk it out


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Anonymous said...

Hi Joe,

My sons and I just watched you on the HBO documentary. Everyone wanted to say hi to you and that you are truly such a wonderful person. This came through in the documentary in shinning colors. My sons said please be sure to take lots of vitamins and minerals. We all hope that you get stronger and that one day we can all meet you.

Sincerely,
Joseph, Charley, and Jonathan

Anonymous said...

I am watching you now on HBO as well. I wish you all th best.

Shawa from the Bronx, NY

:-)

JoAnn Fyfe said...

Hi...my mom has alzheimers, and I see it literally getting worse by the day. I wanted to thank you, first, for opening up your story on the HBO special. It's not until you deal with this horrible disease that you realize how devestating it is. I truly wish you the best of days. You have a wonderful family to support you, and that is a true blessing. God bless you all........

Anonymous said...

Hi Joe, You are providing such a priceless gift to those of us who have a loved one that is afflicted with the crappy (sp?) disease! Words cannot express my gratitude to you for giving me a glimpse into what my mom's world is and will become....thank you!

joyceseckendorf@yahoo.com said...

Joe,I just read your comment from May 22, 2009 and was in tears. I am grateful to you for your blog--it is a great inspiration to me to live every day of my life to the fullest! I pray for you and your family and hope you don't mind that I do. I saw you on the HBO special. I watched it because my 88 year-old mom has started exhibiting signs of this disease. God bless you and yours,
Joyce Seckendorf-Falstrom
Park Forest, Illinois

Cyn City said...

Hang in there Joe. Your blogger family is with you. My dad often doesn't know what day it is or what time of day it is for that matter. I think he takes comfort in the fact that I will always be there to remind him. Just as we are here in spirit with you.

God Bless!