Let Some Good Come From the Journey

I have been editing my book about mom. The title is “My Mother My Son…Journey with Mom”. The book is about my mom and all of her idiosyncrasies during her journey with Alzheimer’s. I wrote the book to tell the world about my mom, to create a legacy for her and also to help families who are about to embark on this journey of Alzheimer’s with a loved one.

As I am in the final throws of the book and the process now is reading and re-reading every page, I find it incredibly painful. I am reliving every moment that goes along with this terrible disease of Alzheimer’s and the events and milestones that occurred at every bend. Sometimes I just have to stop and put it down and breathe. I am comforted by the fact, that despite what we all know will be the final outcome of my mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s, she will live on, and more than that, it will help others.

All profits from the book will go to assist with Alzheimer’s Research and the Potato Soup Foundation. This disease brings so much bad that we must find a way to garner some good.

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    “I am confident this book will aid so many people traveling through this confusing and painful life journey.”
    Barbara Van Wollner, whose father “Big Al” experienced dementia in his final years.