I am a bit angry and frustrated at God right now. I am sure many of you are feeling the same way. I don’t have many good years of cognitive health left, and I am spending it in isolation.
The whole world is in the midst of the Coronavirus and many people are finding it very difficult to do social distancing and self-isolation. We have been self-quarantining for 3 weeks now, only going to the grocery store twice. These tumultuous times can create fear, anxiety, panic, loneliness, and depression. None of these things are … Continue reading My Coronavirus Retreat
In 2010 the trajectory of my life changed and I started to live like I was dying.
How Do I Maintain my Outlook on Life since my Early Onset Alzheimers Diagnosis?
“Hakuna Matata what a wonderful phrase. Ain’t no worries for the rest of my day. It’s a problem free philosophy, Hakuna Matata”. We just spent two days at Disney World, which is my happy place. We are annual pass holders so we get to visit several times a year. This was my first visit since … Continue reading Hakuna Matata: My Alzheimer’s Mantra
On December 22, 2018 I was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s at 57 years old. It didn’t come as a complete surprise, because my mother and other family members had Alzheimer’s or dementia. I also had genetic testing which showed I had two APOE4 genes. My husband and I had been noticing that things were … Continue reading Welcome To My Early Onset Alzheimer’s Blog