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October 17, 2006

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Gail Rae Hudson

I often wonder whether the timing of my mother asking me to be her companion because she "didn't like living alone, anymore", long before she evidenced memory problems, was a significant sign post in regard to her developing dementia. Although she wasn't consciously aware of "memory problems", didn't complain about memory problems and I didn't notice any, I often wonder if some "little bird" was telling her, "Mary, time to gather your people around you. You're going to need them, soon. How about that daughter of yours in Seattle? She's always up for a challenge, you and she are close, and that peculiar perspective of hers will serve you well..."
I'm so glad you posted this. Find a carnival for it. It needs wider exposure.

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