Through all this my Alzheimer’s has “flared up” with my chemo brain and my Alzheimer’s brain combined I had some days where it was just easier to stay in bed — and that I did. But, the farther and farther away I get from my original chemo treatments the better that is. And, we just finished our Walk To End Alzheimer’s last week and our team raised over $15,000. I am so proud of everyone and so very thankful for all of my friends and family for getting me through all my health battles this year. I can never thank them enough.
And of course, there is this guy — turning 11 months old. Every time I was feeling really down or really sick I got a little dose of Ian and I started smiling. I know that is what grandchildren are all about.
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