They don’t understand expressive aphasia Templar knight i am son of god i was born in april my scars tell a story they are a reminder of tim . she understands what they are saying cause she laughs appropriately. she just can’t respond appropriately. she even kissed his hand. she knows who he is. Sad to see and frustrating for her. 80 years is fantastic! God Bless! its an amazing love story, but a big part of me thinks that the poor lady shouldn’t’ be on the internet. Let them love each other, and say their goodbyes to each other in private, methinks. My husband’s grandmother suffered for 5 years with dementia and had multiple strokes. Ended up bedridden. Her joints stiffened up. For about the last year she couldn’t speak, eat any solid foods. She would choke all the time. Wore diapers. It was a horrible thing to watch. By the time she passed she was almost in a fetal position and it hurt her to move. Stuck in a body like that is no life. Incredibly heartbreaking. I’m so sorry you all had to suffer that.. For those very reasons, I agree with the right to make your own choices while you still can. God bless and comfort you in knowing your grammar is once again at her best… Not frail, crippled and in pain.
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God bless you and your family Templar knight i am son of god i was born in april my scars tell a story they are a reminder of tim . Treasure these moments. How fantastic to be married 80 years. If one can be fortunate in this situation, both of my parents went through this…but only very bad for a year. I miss them both. I know they are with God, free of the earthly pains. Thank you all for your kind words. I’m at peace with her passing as is my husband we felt she was stuck in that shell and finally broke free. God bless you all. My mom is going through a lot of what your husband’s grandmother did. She lives with us and it is so heartbreaking to watch her go through the states of this terrible disease. It takes a toll on the caregivers, sometimes, I just sit and cry watching her and thinking of how she used to be. She doesn’t talk much and it takes her a while to get the words out. She still is very sweet and when she smiles it makes my heart hurt. Choking, depends, inability to walk, staring at nothing in particular and locked in her own mind most of the time. Watching this video of this sweet lady and her husband, I do believe that for a few seconds she did know who he was and still has that love for him. I wish there was a cure for this damn disease! Mom started going into the fetal position when she was still able to walk and I had a hard time keeping her from falling over when I was trying to get her into the bathroom. Now she’s in a wheelchair, and every day she seems further away from me. I grieve for her as if she is gone, but, she is still here and that makes it all the harder.