And now may the Lord bless you and keep you.

May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you.

And may God grant unto you His peace-in your going out and in your coming in,

In your lying down and in your rising up,

In your labor and in your leisure,

In your laughter and in your tears,

Until you come to stand before Jesus

In that day in which there is no sunset and no dawning.


Monday, November 24, 2008

DH and driving

DH drove all the way home from Gatlinburg. His only problem is following too close to other drivers and that has been a habit for many years. It seems that he has returned to his previous level of dementia as when he was diagnosed 10 months ago. What a relief!

He still have his memory moments, but they are only moments. This morning he kept asking where I had put his GPS unit. He had left it on the dining room table and was insisting that he had not moved it. Then he looked at the table next to his arm chair and there it was right where he had put it. This I can deal with. This is minor. This is where I want him to be right now.

We still have two months before we visit the neurologist again. I cannot wait to see what the doctor's response is.

Bless you and keep you during this holiday season.

Thank you for your prayers and keep all dementia patients and their extended families in your prayers.

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