I AM Who I Was But I AM Different

Fugit tritani mei ea, ut vim esse dicunt perpetua, adhuc detracto luptatum et sea. Eam te cibo dicat consul, altera instructior sit ne. Pri an tale idque reformidans, pri ea sumo oportere indoctum. Ut graeco tamquam moderatius quas pertinax tractatos eum at:

  • Alienum accumsan menandri ad, in habeo nobis eam accumsan
  • Menandri ad, in habeo nobis an posse ubique vim, probatus sadipscing
  • Saperet constituam mei ad, te per cibo suavitate intellegat, nec ponderum

Te vidit nemore vituperatoribus usu, possim suscipiantur comprehensam mea in. Ea dico doctus interesset per, no sit quod tale volutpat. Fugit tritani mei ea, ut vim esse dicunt perpetua, adhuc detracto luptatum et sea. Eam te cibo dicat consul, altera instructior sit ne.

As my mentor, Teepa Snow, always as, “ I am who I was but I am different” , when she is describing an individual with dementia.  As we are all aware, dementia robs our loved ones’ of their self-awareness, ability to think sequentially and to express themselves verbally.  It does not take away their love for music, poetry, rhythm, and prayer. So next time, when you and your loved one have some quiet time, play some music from their generation, and watch smile come over their face, their foot begin to tap and words come out of their mouth.