See the good — make it a #bestday
It’s been an interesting week. We’ve experienced some highs and lows. We’ve watched as her eyes fill with joyful tears as she hears of family news and experiences the joy of the successes we’ve shared of children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Every one a milestone. Photos, videos, text messages and calls and impromptu visits. #bestday
I have watched her face light up, her smile grow broader and then dim as the memory fades all too quickly. However, a day never goes by that there isn’t a thank you or I love you exchanged with everyone she meets or sees as they visit our home.
I can only hope that Alzheimer’s won’t steal that away for a bit longer… I cherish hearing her voice. Seeing her eyes light up and her beautiful smile. These are the good moments… to be treasured forever.
There are treasures to be found in the magic of choosing to re-focus.
There are days when it’s difficult to look beyond what is directly in your face and blurring out everything that is going right. Make today your day to stop, reset the lens to clear out the blur and focus in on the blessings that are there to celebrate!
You were meant to be a “light.” A guide for others to learn to light their way
and share with others along their path.
with all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, make time for you — fill your cup!
Be the “extra” in someone’s “ordinary” today. #payitforward
During this season of light and love, “be the good” within your own four walls.
Make today your best day ever…
look for greatness at every turn.
It’s never “safe to assume” that everything will go as planned anymore. — while we do try to keep to a pretty established routine, there are days that just don’t stick with the “norm.”
We’re definitely becoming more spur of the moment… and reveling in the fact that this moment, “right now” is a good one, so let’s take advantage of it! Whether it’s noting the twinkle in her eye as she rediscovers something as if it’s brand new or the smile that lights up her face as we bring her lunch or dinner or listen to music or watch a movie for the hundredth time — Finding the greatness through the ever evolving change… and more importantly, reveling in the joy that Alzheimer’s hasn’t won yet. The highlight this week: she called me by name. My heart melted.