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 2017
I need to sort myself out and get back into a sensible routine following Maureen’s stay in Respite Care. Firstly, I need to resume blogging on a daily basis as it is an important therapy and a means of keeping on … Continue reading
Willie Nelson sums up the mood in our camp today: Maureen’s sense of humour has returned. Last night she said: ‘I remember who you are you are my husband – I’d forgotten my short-term memory loss’. We have almost caught up … Continue reading
When Homefield House contacted me to say that they were struggling to know how to help Maureen settle down I mentioned how music is so important in our lives. They clearly followed my advice and Maureen has told me all … Continue reading
Yesterday turned into a marathon and it was almost 5 ‘o’ clock before we were able to hit the sack this morning. Following an evening telephone conversation with a G P, I decided to take Maureen to Grimsby Hospital. The … Continue reading
Maureen has been sleeping for the last hour something that had proved difficult during her five nights in Homefield House. I was informed this morning that she had not been to bed for the last 48 hours after turning in … Continue reading
Sunday was a fabulous day from beginning to end. Early on I met a Shonie Carter at the hotel recovering from the previous night’s bare knuckle duel: By 11 am I was accompanying my Granddaughter on her Karaoke Machine singing an Adele … Continue reading