- a family that’s healthy, busy, and close by,
- many wonderful friends of all ages,
- a house I love, and
- generally good health… in spite of Parkinson’s prostate cancer, and a nagging back.
.I also will be remembering a dear friend who died on Tuesday after a valiant battle with myeloma and I'll be thankful for the talks we've had during the past year that deepened and enriched our friendship,
When I saw this article on CNN’s Health page, I realized – again – how many blessings I can count this holiday. It’s title: Celebrating Thanksgiving with “Generation Alzheimer’s."
If you’re like me, the article might sharpen your gratitude, too. If you’ll be sitting down for turkey with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s -- as millions of American families will -- you might find a few tips to help make your special time together as wonderful as possible for everyone.
I should have had my kids and grandkids read the article before coming over for dinner today.