I am honoring the Memory of my father William Hoyle Sain Sr.
It began simple enough when he failed to turn onto a familiar road as we were coming home. I thought he just got distracted. Then I noticed he wouldn't eat hardly anything but soup. He started making bad financial decisions and he had an automobile accident. Then one day he looked at me and asked if I was his daughter or his sister. My heart broke. I am his daughter and my Dad was about 95 when this happened. He struggled through the next couple years sometimes in a fog and other times reciting the 50 States and their Capitol's. He left us this year at 99 ( he said he was gonna make it to100). My prayer would be that no other families have to feel the sting of someone they love falling prey to this dread disease.
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