Monthly Archives: November 2007

Alice in Wonderland

What follows is two slices of life, nothing more. It is, perhaps, nonsensical in nature. As for Alice in Wonderland . . . that’s what it can feel like around here. **** One night, early this week I think, I … Continue reading

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Seeing, Hearing, Understanding

It is interesting to see how the mental aspect of Grandpa’s Alzheimer’s progresses. We can divide the mental function of the brain into two categories: (1) Dealing with outside stimuli, and (2) Processing one’s own internal thoughts and reflections. It … Continue reading

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The Marvels of Youth, The Follies of Age

Last weekend I came home to a sick family, and, true to form, my dearly beloveds passed it along to me. None of us likes getting sick, but I particularly dread it while living with Grandma and Grandpa because when … Continue reading

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