My prayer is that one day soon, there will be a cure!
We lost my mom to this horrible disease on Christmas Day 2013. She suffered with this ugly disease for many, many years. Once, she was an active lady who loved her family, the students that she taught, and any and all sports. For the last seven years of her life, my mom was cared for by my dad. Care giver doesn't begin to describe this man. We are so proud of him. No one could have taken better care of her than him.
I retired from teaching two years prior to her death so that I might be able to give my dad some much needed rest and relief. My brother and I, and our spouses, grew increasingly concerned over the personal health of my dad. Of course, there was never a single complaint from him, but he needed a break. Those moments I got to spend with her will remain in my heart forever. Watching the dignity of an active, vibrant person stripped away is heart wrenching. While her smile faded long before her passing, it will remain in the memory of those she touched and those who loved her forever.
Let's do this, America! We must find a cure. We must raise the funds to aid in this important research. You can help.
Join our Circle of Family and Friends and walk with our team: Judy's Smile on October 19, 2019 at LeBauer Park in Greensboro. The walk is only two miles in length. Registration begins at 9a.m. and the walk begins at 10 a.m. If you can't walk with us, please donate and collect donations for our team!
Thank you for any support you might offer to this wonderful cause that is near and dear to my heart.
A Walk to Remember .... we will find a cure! Join us, won't you?
Thank you friends,
Kimberly Richardson Wood
Thank you for helping us advance Alzheimer's support, care and research!
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