That is the question, isn’t it?
My mother died from Alzheimer’s disease in 2019 after we lived through her decline for a decade. It wasn’t pretty, but I captured some of her struggle and my reflections as we walked through what I call “shades of death.”
Perhaps you’re walking that path now? I hope my posts will encourage you.
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From the blog
Shades of Death: When You Lose a Loved One to Alzheimer’s Disease
When you lose someone by Alzheimer’s, you lose her progressively. Both you and the one you love experience shades of death.Read more…
The Final Shade of Death: She Doesn’t Have Alzheimer’s Anymore!
The eulogy for my mother — but, more important, why the final “shade of death” from Alzheimer’s is joyous for believers in Jesus.Read more…
For the love of mom…
My mother has loved me well. I will remember that as she remembers less and less — and love her well in return. I hate Alzheimer’s disease.Read more…
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Hi, I’m Sara. Previously a magazine editor, I became a full-time mother and freelance writer in 2017. When I’m not spending time with my wonderful kids and husband, I love writing about my fascination with food, adventure, and living a healthy and organized life! Read more