There are over 100 contributors on this issue of Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily.
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I hope my newsletter helps someone you know who has Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or memory trouble and also helps the caregivers who care for them.
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Updated Friday, May 26th, 2017 at 5:10 p.m.
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There are 71 contributors today in today’s issue of Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily.
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Written by Paulette Le Pore Motzko
Copyright January 2017.
Paulette Le Pore Motzko is the Editor and Creator of
Ramona’s Alzheimer’s Disease Daily.
Ramona Lea Le Pore was born in Kansas on June 19th 1931 and touched the face of God on June 5th 2016. She had Advanced Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and I- Paulette Motzko was her caregiver for many years. She will always be my inspiration.
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Before Benjamin Franklin died he suggested this Epitaph for himself:
” The body of Benjamin Franklin, printer,
(Like the cover of an old book,
Its contents worn out,
And stript of its lettering and gilding)
Lies here, food for words!
Yet the work itself shall not be lost,
For it will, as he believed appear once more,
In the new
And More Beautiful edition,
Corrected and amended
By its Author!
-From The Dictionary of Biographical Quotations eds. Richard Kenin and Justin Wintle, 1978.
What matters is what we live now in the present because that’s her gift to herself. What would you put on your epitaph if you were told you’d only have a week longer to live? How’s that for a deep probing question? Let’s make a no matter so that we can say that we accomplished what we wanted to, and the time that we wanted to for all the reasons that we wanted to.
-Compiled and Written by Paulette Motzko
Images searched and found of Benjamin Franklin’s time honored quotes from Pinterest.
May 20th, 2016
Excerpt from ” The Oxford Book of American Literary Antidotes edited by Donald Hall.