Wednesday, December 30, 2015
I watched a documentary today about Glenn Campbell's last tour while battling Alzheimer's. It was gut-wrenching but an important story about living with the disease. The hardest part for me was when he sang a song written by his daughter. The lyrics, "Don't worry, Daddy. I'll do the remembering," just about sent me over the edge. Since I started taking an anti-depressant several years ago to help me sleep I haven't been able to cry. Occasionally I well up, but tears never roll down my face. I kind of miss crying although I cried way too much for a normal person. At least I can go see a sad movie without worrying about what I look like when I walk out. But I digress... one tear did fall on my face while watching this movie. Alzheimer's is a truly horrible disease and I'm so grateful I didn't have to face it with either of my parents. I pray for those who do.
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