|A Couple of Good Republicans!|
When a friend called and asked my mother if APR was able to talk, it dawned on us that people are afraid to face my father and the Alzheimer's.
The other day, during a phone call, someone asked if he were able to talk on the phone. Then I explain unless it is late in the afternoon, or he's not sugared up, if you did not know he had Alzheimer's, you wouldn't really now it.
Cathy and I were talking about it today. Like she says, we are all afraid to face this sort of thing. We all do it. You can't blame people for something we all do.
APR does quite well, most of the time. He wants the keys back, to drive, but he can't. We've also realized we need to come up with some sort of way to let him handle a limited checking account. It's so hard at times.