While my husband finally quietly sleeps, I am awake. He had another night of restlessness, another night of pacing back and forth, and wanting to go home. Home! Although we were already home, my husband goes back to a place in his mind that I do not know about. I know some of … Continue reading Seeking Rest, The Weariness of A Dementia Patient Caretaker
I know it has been quite a while since I posted, but I found myself in deep despair. Only recently I began to realize part of the despair was not the fact that my husband was suffering with later stages of dementia, but I was in turmoil trying to wrap my mind around the fact … Continue reading Coming to Grips with the Truth About Dementia
I have been tossing and turning lately at night feeling like I just cannot sleep. No matter which way I adjust my pillows I find no comfort. My legs always feel heavy and swollen at night and just a little sip of water makes me feel like a whale. I don’t know whether to keep … Continue reading The Lonely Heart
This blog is from the perspective of a Christian Minister dealing with personal sickness and affliction.