Sometimes, when I think of Peggy, I am looking through a window pane in my mind.
I am looking through that window and seeing the Peggy that I used to know.
Looking through my window, I see her healthy and laughing.
Looking through my window, I see her talking with emotion.
Looking through the window in my mind, I see her the way she was and not the way she is today.
Then, something began to happen as I gazed through the panes of my memory glass.
Alzheimer's disease has turned off the sun and is drawing the curtains on Peggy's life.
I am aware that I see what I want to see in the window of my mind about my sister.
Peggy is getting harder to see through the glass of the real world window.
I am glad that the sun always shines and the curtains are always open in the window of my mind.
I can always go to my memory, open the window and see Peggy laughing and enjoying life.
Windows are wonderful things. They keep the cold out and the warm in......
Windows let us view the outside world without experiencing the extreme weather conditions on our skin.
The window in my mind keeps my memories of Peggy just beyond the clear glass panes.
The window in my mind keeps the memories of my sister....warm.
The window in my mind keeps my memories of Peggy safe from the cold of Alzheimer's disease.
I Love You Today, Peggy!
I'll see you outside of my window today! My curtains are open and I have polished the window panes. I will open my window and let the fresh air inside.
I'll see you Peggy........
In the window of my mind.......
The way you were.