It's been a little over a year since my dad passed. This photo was taken on his last good day. Little did we know he only had a matter of days left with us.
This day is important because it is the glimmer of hope and normalcy that all families cling to when their loved one is suffering from this horrific disease.
On this day, he was happy. He visited with friends and family AND remembered them. He laughed, he cried. And even if just for a few short hours he was more like his old self.
My hope is that in the future, families have more good days, that we find a treatment to minimize the bad days, and ultimately find a cure so no one has to watch someone they love and cherish become a shell of who they once were.
I implore you to help. I would love to have you join my team. The Walk will offer two option - in-person or virtual on Saturday, November 6. If you are unable to walk, I graciously ask for your donation to help us fund a cure and help someone say they are the FIRST Alzheimer's Survivor.
Thank you for helping advance Alzheimer's support, care and research.
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