Friday, January 14, 2005


My 3 1/2 year old grandson climbed into bed with his Mom one morning. His Mom pretended to be asleep and so he shook her to get her to wake up. When that didn't work, he pulled her eyelids open with his hands and said:

Are you in there, Mommy???

There have been many times while watching Peggy disappear that I would like to do the same thing.

I would like to shake her to make her wake up and if that didn't work....

I would pull her Winter eyes of Alzheimer's open and shout.....

Are You In There, Peggy???? 


I Miss You!

I Love You Today, Peggy!

Mary Louise


lindainspokane said...

just popping bye to see how things are going...with u, peggy,your families...all of u...i think of u often and wonder how this terrible disease is progressing...i read all your entries but find i dont comment like i should be...i jsut dont know what to say most of the time...i can feel your love and your grief in every single entry u make...and it makes me so sad for all of u...i will continue to keep all of u in my thoughts and prayers...much love..


peppypioneer said...

Peggy remains intact in your memories and your journal entries.  She may not be "there" behind her alzheimers eyes, but she is etched forever in your heart and mind.  I feel priviledged for being allowed to share Peggy with you.  Paulette