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November 08, 2007

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Gail Rae Hudson

I know, it's been awhile since I've been here. Been awhile since I've been at my own area, although I'm making my way back. I came here in the course of trying to track down a book I read about on the web some time ago and of which I've lost track. I thought I might have read about it on your website...but, when I arrived here, I noticed the title of this post and couldn't help but read it, which, I'm sure, Mona, doesn't surprise you, knowing that you've read stuff in my journal about my mother's sense of self and her dementia. I have to say:
1. THANK YOU! I am pleased with and charmed and feel vindicated by the information in this post!
2. HALLELUJAH! I am pleased with and charmed and feel vindicated by the information in this post!
I'm soooo glad you wrote about this! I'm very glad to here that others are observing, thinking and talking about this issue.
And, as well, I'm glad I'm back! I know I've got some catching up to do with you, but this post reminds me that it will be a pleasure!

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