Thank you

To all my friends who have sent messages to me, and to my family on my blog yesterday, or on Facebook, Twitter, email or by phone or text, thank you from the bottom of our hearts, from us all. Due to a badge from the offending driver’s car being found, the coward handed himself into…

Voting for the Best Blog 2013 Competition

Lots of you have already voted for me… Thank you. For those who haven’t (yet??) I wanted to add some comments. The process is not as simple as some Survey Monkeys I have used as you have to go through every page clicking the NEXT button to finally get to the page where you HAVE to add…

Carers and Friendship

This is more true for the husbands, wives, parents, daughters, sons or friends who care for a loved one  living with a diagnosis of dementia, because as the disease progresses, it could be we become a whole lot less lovable. Most of the blogs I read written by adult children caring for a parent with…

Richard Taylor

Dear Richard, You have been my shining beacon of light since my diagnosis of younger onset dementia. My Google and I were best friends for the first few weeks as I searched for information about dementia, and for help. Any form of help, as there seemed to be none out there, and I had not been…

The global dementia blogging community

In October 2011, someone wrote to me via email, and mentioned I must be thrilled to have 16 followers. I had no idea where my blog was heading, as now I have 319 comments on my Conversations and Recipes page, have written and published 290 posts, of which there has been over 1200 comments. As…