i kept my mom at my home the last 5 years of her life she had alziemers and conjestive failure. she loved being around babies. she would get confused and thought they were hers. also a pet a cat or dog. she loves to pet them. she had always been a very active woman. she was 92. she was still mowing her yard and i started helping her the last few years before she moved in with me. it had its hard times and good times. i would do this for my mom again in a heart beat. i went into severe depression after losing her. im worried i might inherit alzeimers. my memories is not like it used to be and imget confused a lot. sorry i wrote so much. there is some numbers you can get help. i will look for them. gloria789
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