She was always the loudest in the room (probably where I get it from), and always had so much love to give.
In 2010, she started to change. At the young age of 18, I truly didn't understand why she was so angry all the time and why the anger was always towards me. It wasn't until the year my Uncle Terry tragically passed away, that we realized the seriousness of her decline. Her hair turned grey overnight, and it became clear that this wasn't normal signs of aging. The Alzheimer's Association became an amazing resource for our family, via their support groups and 24/7 helpline.
My Mom discovered the Walk to End Alzheimer's when she was in the very early stages of her diagnosis. It was the first time we saw other families impacted by Alzheimer's or dementia in our community. When she passed away in 2017- we continued to walk in her memory.
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