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Every time an ability recedes I look to find what life is offering that is workable and enjoyable. Life is always offering adventure and joy. We can always find them when we look for them.
Carl teaches me that the power of raising an eyebrow and sporting a half-cocked grin is more precise communication than any lengthy explanation… as long as I’m paying attention. Continue reading
When you make your life about what you like that is possible, accessible, and available, then you are actively receiving what life is offering. When our mind strays from this, then our attention is nurturing something we do not like. Continue reading
Sitting with Carl, I look at him. “What world are you in now?”, I wonder. With Alzheimer’s, every moment can be a new world. I look in his eyes. He turns his head to gaze out the window. His eyebrows rise, a smile emerges and broadens. Carl chuckles. I follow his gaze to the squirrel clinging on the trunk of the tree, tail twitching. In this moment I enter Carl’s world and I am with him completely. Life is good. Continue reading