About

I am a happily married wife and mom of 3 who was diagnosed with EOAD Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease Sept, of 2007. I was just  43 at the time. It has not been a fun ride, this life of mine, but how many people can boast of such? And I suppose I should mention too I was born with a brittle bone disease called “Osteogenesis Imperfecta.” Seems the odds were long stacked against me. My making it this far and so few people realizing there is even anything wrong with me makes me pause to wonder. Does that make me feel better? Or have I hidden too much from the truth? Anyway, I write poetry, novels and more as well as draw and paint when I can. I crochet when I can too and love to read. Classic books are my favorites but I also have most of Stephen King’s books. Hope you enjoy my pages.

I will put photographs of any projects I get finished up, and of course will put poems and any short stories I get dome and make enough sense to be read.

Welcome to my garden, indeed my universe, of dreams. This place keeps me grounded and safe, it is where I come when my world fall apart.

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8 thoughts on “About

  1. Pamela

    Hello
    I wanted to reach out as you know next month is Alzheimer’s Disease and Brain Awareness month and I wanted to know if you would be open in allowing me to share your story?
    You were gracious in putting a comment on my blog and as I go over comments and people to contact I would like to include you.

    Under my POV category is where you can see other journey’s I’ve shared who I want to revisist. I’ll begin sharing these posts in Nov. So please take a moment o a few moments to think about it. You don’t have to write anything new unless you choose to otherwise we could use a former post of yours. And I would like to know your name and receive a picture if you decide to share.
    And thank you and I wish you the best in your journey.

    Pam – Confessions of a Master Caregiver

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