My dad was officially diagnosed with dementia at the very end of 2013. He went ballistic and told my mom she … Continue reading No Difference…
You’re all here today to support us and say goodbye to my dad. You came to know him or us … Continue reading What I Said at My Dad’s Funeral
My friends love to joke about my fear of spiders. I can’t recall a week which has gone by without … Continue reading The Unwritten Fear
I recently took a Skillshare class called Visual Thinking: Drawing Data to Communicate Ideas. That may seem insanely boring and geeky to … Continue reading Sketchnoting Dementia
On my father’s 79th birthday, I think about the fine line which kept us from the problem at hand for … Continue reading Reflections on a birthday. Dementia.
There are many stances and counter stances on gun control in the US. I’m going to explain mine. It comes … Continue reading Guns and My Father
After one of my last visits with my father, I noted his tendency to repeat common themes over and over. … Continue reading Colors and Emotions