Toughest time in my life was when I had to tell her it's ok to "let go" I hated seeing her suffer. wow. I boo-hoo cried, couldn't control myself. At the end of my conversation with her, she actually grunted. Not sure if she said "thank you", "how could you" or what, but I had to.
Shortly after the Walk 4 years ago, my kind, loving Uncle (Mom's brother Ronnie) lost his battle with Alzheimer's Disease. We lost another great man to this AWFUL disease.
I want to do ALL I can to help find a cure and fight to END ALZHEIMER'S disease .... so no one else has to deal with such pain as I did.
You may or may not be suffering along with a loved, but believe me, it's one of the HARDEST things you will EVER have to do.
The sooner a cure is found, the better for ALL of us. Next time, it may be someone close to you.
This walk will take place on Nov 9th at Nova Southeastern University, and I NEED and would LOVE your support.
You and your friends can help by making a tax deductible contribution to support me by clicking on my page. Any amount, large or small, will be truly appreciated. Please, pass this along to others.
I would love to beat my goal of last year .... hoping I can with YOUR support!!
WE ALL HAVE TO DO SOMETHING TO FIND A CURE FOR THIS HIDEOUS DISEASE!
THE END OF ALZHEIMER'S BEGINS WITH YOU AND ME!
Thanking you all SOOO much in advance!
THIS IS FOR YOU, MOM !!
Much Love and Thanks,
Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care and research!
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