Fast forward two years and you forget your beloved dog in the paper shop. You are convinced your wife is missing. You come to hate being alone. As your handwriting wavers, your skill at Sudoku wanes until even the easy one is left unfinished, like your sentences.
If you've read our book then you will know that my father underwent tests for prostate cancer and dementia last autumn and that both tests came back borderline. In December he turned 90 and we celebrated in style with family and friends. Eight weeks later everything changed. Cancer was confirmed. Vascular Dementia was confirmed. Pa… Continue reading Monday Morning Musings #3 – Writing Through Pain