Daily writing, paddling, staying afloat

I follow a few writing blogs, and Live to Write – Write to Live is one of my favourites. A blog on this site written by Diane MacKinnon, Dialogue With The Internal Editor really sparked my writing mood and practice, and makes good sense. Yesterday I wrote about dementia, drowning, and paddling like a swan…

Drowning, paddling harder and staying afloat

Many days it feels like I am drowning from the symptoms of dementia, and last night my husband and I were talking about the changes that are taking place again, and the fear we both feel when I might not be able to keep myself afloat. It is not the most comfortable emotional journey, constantly feeling like…

The impact of not remembering

Yesterday I started late with blogging, and with the fuzzy brain I’m experiencing later in the day, and a few wonderful interruptions with friends, it was a late posting, which I had trouble formatting! I’ve been thinking a lot about the disability of not being able to remember – or recall – things about your own life, and…