Happy Fatters Day

June 22, 2016 § 2 Comments

image      I asked my loving husband to read aloud a fathers day card that had just arrived. He read happy fatters day (in pale text).  “Is it a joke?” he asked.

There are no jokes with dementia, words have lost their meaning and only confusion endures.  I had reminded him that his special day was coming.

My explanation had no meaning so he didn’t remember.   Father’s Day, oh yeah. So sad.

 

 

§ 2 Responses to Happy Fatters Day

  • nikiraa says:

    As long as he is able to enjoy simple things with you like sharing a meal, looking at the sunset, listen to a bird singing, it is still a way to enjoy being together, I think.

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    • Ruth Altheim says:

      you are so right. he’s very happy, it is different for me, always attending to his needs in a loving way. i started writing about it because its easy for me to lose my way, to take care if myself. thanks for your kind words!

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