Rounding First

  
So far, so good. I am home from a business trip that started on Wednesday. While I have been gone, J, who has Alzheimer’s disease, has been cared for by a village of friends and family. 

No one missed a beat and J has been remarkably upbeat. 

Very early tomorrow, I leave for a week of mandatory job-related education. I have emptied one suitcase and am on my third load of laundry. At 6:45 am, I’ll be back out the door, returning on Saturday, Jan. 16. 

When I left last week, J said: “I have a lot of people.”  Indeed. 

2 thoughts on “Rounding First”

  1. Seeing the photo of the “Sunday morning pills,” I wonder if you have challenges with J taking her pills especially when you are away. I am using the Phillips Electronic Pill Dispenser for my dad, age 92, who is blind and has some memory loss. It has worked well for him – and for me – for going on 2 years. It’s easy to operate and load, and “talks” and flashes a red light when it’s time to take pills. My dad was really opposed at first, but now he likes it.

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