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Life Is Important -Take Steps to Remember It — 22 Comments

  1. I love all of your ideas. I’ve gone through a similar process, which is more of a ritual that is handed down by my grandmothers for giving gratitude and recalling that which is empowering to you.

  2. I think that’s what is so great about blogging. Most of your memories are online and the pics.

  3. My grandmother suffered from Alzheimer’s. Watching the stages with her was heartbreaking. It came to a point where she did not know who we were, that she was married and pretty much reverted her memory to when she was in high-school.

  4. That’s a good question. I don’t want to forget the love that has passed between my husband and I. I don’t want to forget the joy and love my kids have brought in my life.

  5. Love this post – I always wanted to start a journal but didn’t think I had reason to or enough to write about. This post changed my perspective.

  6. My grandmother is in her 90’s I have seen a hue difference in her mind, she is very forgetful and I have to repeat myself to her constantly. it is so sad.

  7. My kids grandmother has Alzheimer and it’s such a shame when she doesn’t remember who they are. I really need to start journaling so I can have something to remember when I get older.

  8. Alzheimer’s is a terrible thing to happen to anyone. Memories are precious and keeping a journal will help me keep the memories alive.

  9. This is a great post. It is kind of said for me because my grandad suffered from Alzheimers.

  10. Alzheimer’s is such a terrible disease, and so sad to lose all those precious memories that make a life so special.

  11. I have never personally known someone to have Alzheimers disease, but I know it can be a cruel disease. I think we take our memories and days for granted a lot of times.

  12. I’ve gone through a similar situation to this with a loved one. I’m glad there are so many ways to keep memories alive.

  13. I need to write more things down and be better for my kids. We do some many things that really should be better documented.

  14. It’s really important to document your life in picture and video. Even if you don’t come down with Alzheimer’s disease, you could still get a different form of dementia.

  15. What a great post ! My Mother is “fighting” Dementia and I understand the importance of memories and the impact “missing” them can have.

  16. I wish they could do more research on Alzheimer’s. It’s such a terrible thing. You would think they’d have studied it more by now.

  17. This made me shed a tear. Once my grandfather got Alzheimers, we completely lost him as he once was and he forgot who we are. :'(

  18. Alzheimer disease has to be one of the most cruel diseases ever. I have taken care of dementia patients and it is so tragic.

  19. I should start keeping a journal! That way I will remember a lot more.

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