Hello I’m Paul welcome to my blog.
This is the story of our journey: an honest account of our lives after Maureen's diagnosis of dementia following stroke in February 2014.
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Monthly Archives: April 2016
Maureen woke at 2.30 am frightened there was an animal, possibly a fox, in her bedroom. She is convinced that the people that run this place keep animals here to deliberately scare residents: ‘if anyone would take her she is … Continue reading
We had a magical evening last night singing along with Maureen’s Aunty Clarice for a couple of hours. I knew I had the evening sewn up when I found a Platters LP in a second- hand shop earlier in the … Continue reading
I listened intently to Maureen last night when she woke up from resting on the sofa. She outlined how everything in our lounge was the same as she had at home but she didn’t live here. I didn’t challenge her … Continue reading
After the events of early this morning and Maureen’s general discontent with being ‘baby sat’ by carers I have cancelled tonight’s sit. I fear that going out tonight might just be a red rag to a bull and give Maureen another opportunity to … Continue reading
It’s 3.40 am and I’m paying for a mistake I made last night. Shortly after ten I took up a kind offer from Maureen’s youngest son to contact him when she is adamant she doesn’t live here and I’m not … Continue reading
I was really pleased last night when Maureen used a four letter word I had told her to yell out whenever she needed help. When I heard her shout ‘PAUL’ at the top of her voice I knew I had to … Continue reading