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Dementia is not just losing your memory. It changes every aspect of your life including Social Interaction, Communication, Reasoning, Emotions, Reading Ability, and on and on. Through my blog, dementiadaze.com, I am hoping others will better understand this disease, PWD (Persons With Dementia) will find encouragement, and Care Givers will get a glimpse of our feelings. While I am still able, I share my journey through the progressing stages in hopes of helping others through their path.

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  1. Earl Bailey

    Greetings Laurie, I was so sorry to hear the latest news from you. There are times I think I may be going through the same experience but Ithink it’s just age. I am 75 now so I guess I have the right to forget sometimes. I’m going to put your name of my daily prayer list.
    Judy bought a small wooden sign for my desk that says: “My mind not only wanders, it sometimes leaves me completely.”
    Every once in a while I think back to Portsmouth Camp and all the kids I ministered to the years I was there. Are you in contact with any of them?
    Please know that I am sending my love and prayers. You were a great part of the present radio ministry.
    Kept in His Mighty Grip by His Outstanding Grace,
    Earl

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  2. Mary

    Usually I don’t learn post on blogs, however I would like
    to say that this write-up very pressured me to check out and do it!
    Your writing style has been amazed me. Thank you, quite nice article.

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  3. Marinus Otte

    Dear Laurie, many thanks for sharing your story with our son Velsen last night at the restaurant in Kralendijk. He is writing in his journal again this morning, July 2nd, 2015. You may have stimulated him to do so throughout his life! We wish you and yours strength and happiness. Velsen, Donna and Marinus.

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    1. Laurie Scherrer Post author

      It was a pleasure meeting you. I made notes how well behaved and curious Velsen was. Please tell him he can stay in touch if he wants. You have done a wonderful job training your son – he is remarkable! I am happy I am still able to encourage our youth.

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