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Childhood Memories Are Precious And Precious Childhood memories are precious and priceless They make one long for their olden days Jayanto the protagonist of the story had first visited Bundi when he was six years old His father Animesh Das Gupta had worked in the Archaeological Department and his work took him to various historical places This was a part of his profession During his travel to Bundi little Jayanto accompanied Memories Are Precious uotes uote uote have been tagged as memories are precious Debasish Mridha ‘Collect memories; they are your precious property’ Memories are Precious Alzheimer's Journey Memories Are Precious Alzheimer's Journey Ruth's Story by Fran Lewis is a beautiful poignant informative and important read for anyone So pervasive is Alzheimer's disease that there is hardly a life it does not touch Such was the case with my own mother which made this a very bittersweet read and yet I wished I would have read it before my mother disappeared into the disease What Yorkshire wedding videographer | Precious Memories are Precious Everything about your day will be magical It will be over in a flash Family and friends will show emotions in ways you've never seen before and may never again With this in mind thousands of pounds has been invested in the latest high definition video and audio euipment to capture those previous memories forever Based in Yorkshire and willing to travel I will My Forever Memories Are Precious Broome Jo The memories that lingered were both happy and sad good and bad and several tragic ones that never leave her mind This book was written as a means of expressing her gratitude to family and friends for their part they played in making such precious memories in her life They are written for future generations of family who will know their Memories Are Very Precious innerselfcom Memories Are Very Precious Written by Joyce Vissell Image by pasja During this pandemic so much has been taken from us Where we live in California our children will not be allowed to go back to school in the fall Our religious institutions will have to continue online services Many of the gyms have been closed Restaurants for the most part are closed Europe Canada and Mexico Memories Are Preci. Mamories are Preciousby Fran Lewis3 22 10Memories are Preciousby Fran LewisWhen I think of the Bronx New York Yankee Stadium and the Bronx Bombers come to mind Of course the Yankee's are not the only residents of the Bronx Ruth Swerdloff lives there too and she was not an athlete or celebrity but as a grandma she was the go to guy when it came to pickups and deliveries Need a ride to ueens or a prescription filled and delivered grandma was always there She also had a soft shoulder and would listen to all the details of a family problem and give an opinionFran Lewis tells the story of her mother's life including the time Alzheimer's disease began to take over her mind About a decade before Alzheimer's Ruth had another problem Xrays showed black patches and spots covering her heart and lungs Local doctors didn't seem to know what to do but as it turned out there was a procedure one doctor on the west coast was performing that was proving to be successful Because of Ruth's poor health she couldn't ride on a passenger flight and charter flights were awfully expensiveBut the family came up with the money and rented a charter jet crew with medical staff and euipment Ruth Swerdloff and daughter Fran Lewis boarded the plane at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey for the flight to California Nobody had mentioned bathroom facilities until they were needed at which point a bedpan was the only option But Ruth proved to be tougher than the circumstances she was delivered to the hospital in California had the operation and along with daughter Fran returned a little worse for ware to the BronxRuth was able to function but several years later she said 'All of a sudden I began noticing little things I could not remember where I put my glasses or my car keys I could not remember why I walked into a room or what I was I was looking for I began overdosing my meds because I did not recall taking them' That proved to be dangerous and almost fatalThe signs were all there Alzheimer's Disease a common form of Dementia was in its early stages And during the months from May to August 2003 the disease really began to take holdRuth was coherent enough to communicate the fact that she was frightened about the change but she couldn't explain to anyone why she had a pain or what had caused it It was eventually discovered that she had had an undetected mini stroke For months Ruth was in and out of the hospital and the worst part was communicating her problem or pain to the doctorsIt took a while for the family to realize that grandma needed a caregiver 24 hours a day when she was at home And the family rallied again to support grandmaDay to day life is a task but as Fran says 'We cannot and will not let this disease overtake our spirits'Alzheimer's patients including Ruth try to communicate but at times it comes out in the form of awful language It is not uncommon for Alzheimer's patients to take a midnight stroll However in Ruth's case so far local neighbors have seen her and escorted her back homeIn order to get along with Alzheimer's patients caregivers need the ualities of nurse and saint which is uite a taskFran Lewis wrote Memories are Precious as an act of love for her mother and at the same time she filled the pages with helpful lists of do's and don'ts in the caring of Alzheimer's patients in general Anyone in the position that might have to care for a loved one with the disease would do well to read this book because it has the basic information you need to know and is told with loving kindness and consideration for all Alzheimer's patientsRuth Swerdloff was fortunate to have a large loving and giving family There are letters notes and pictures from her children and grandchildren that prove that point as they voice their love for grandma RuthTom Barnes author of 'Tungee's Gold'

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All the bases reuired to understand this uote by Katherine Applegate “Memories are “Memories are precious they help tell us who we are” ― Katherine Applegate The One and Only Ivan tags memories personal identity Memories Are Precious Home | Facebook Memories Are Precious likes Memories Are Precious is here for you to express your feelings anger love and attachment to the ones you always Memories are Precious Home | Facebook Memories are Precious likes Here comes Expressions’ “Memories are Special” page for our seniors to relive the life spent in IMNU with all the memories are precious The Hundred memories are precious Zone de Flashback Avant la Terre ceux ue l'on appelle dbarus ou encore extraterrestres avaient une vie Loin d'ici loin de la plante bleue ils construisaient une vie partir de ce u'ils ont toujours connu L'oxygne manuait les moyens aussi mais mme si ce n'tait pas facile tous les jours ils faisaient ce ui leur tait possible et ils Memories are Precious | SpookyMrsGreen There are lots of other precious memories that I recall fondly especially with another close friend who lives with a serious and dangerous health condition She has Type diabetes a genetically inherited disease We have many years of memories to share from working together at our local chip shop working together at our local theme park nights out with friends day trips and our visits Memories are Precious | SarahJoy Memories are precious They are fragments of our lives that can be remembered Sometimes documented sometimes not yet they’re remembered These are the pieces of our heart that cannot be expressed in words Those unforgettable moments in time that once were and never will be again not exactly the same anyways They give us something Jim Reeves Precious Memories Musiue en streaming coutez Precious Memories par Jim Reeves sur Deezer Avec la musiue en streaming sur Deezer dcouvrez plus de millions de titres crez gratuitement vos propres playlists explorez des genres diffrents et partagez vos titres prfrs avec vos amis precious memories Traduction franaise – Linguee De trs nombreux exemples de phrases traduites contenant precious memories – Dictionnaire franais anglais et moteur de recherche de traductions franaise. Memories Are Precious Alzheimer's Journey Ruth's Story by Fran Lewis is an amazing and a very important read that is informative inspirational and heart warmingThe book is a selection of a huge variety of material poems personal dedications and love letters short pieces of information facts guidelines specific tips testimonies lists of resources and a great deal that as a family member of an Alzheimer patient found invaluableThe perspective changes slightly throughout the book but mostly it tells the story of Ruth the author's mother and there are some passages written by Ruth herself others are written by Fran but from her mother's perepective Trying to descrive a day in her mother's life as if the mother would perceive it is an ambitious undertaking that I felt came off the ground very well It helps us once to try and see the disease from the inside perspectiveOne part of the book deals with the stages and the course of the disease as Ruth experienced it The initially harmless forgetfulness that in her case led to a stroke induced by an involuntary drug overdose due to the forgetfulness Then the change of moods even change of the use of language and therefore seemingly her character We get reminded of the curse of the disease which is its inconsistency and unpredictabilityWith much enthusiasm and strong conviction the author brings home the message and plea of love for the victim the moral obligation for respect and our support as much as we can provide itThe stories and snippets provide a picture of a loyal caring and selfless mother whose turn it has become to be on the receiving end of goodness I found these parts particularly touching and beautifulIn this case the family agreed upon to keep the mother in the home but far from being naive the family made plans and investigated to find out just how to go about it What follows is a practical guide to setting up your own home care factual specific tips regarding the environment and the attitude to bring to the table meaning emotional and personal advice and not just speak of safety and healthIncluded is a short history of the disease resources and information websites and a list of signs and symptoms; advice on health care options diagnosis tools and much I found the selection of material at times somewhat unstructured but at the same time appreciated that the alternating of poems and heart warming stories with the facts serves an important purpose and brings the main message of this book home once Never forget that the patients and sufferers are the very same humans that we have known By interrupting as it were the data and inserting a short poem or love letter by a family member to a sufferer we never get carried away into a scientific and sterile thinking For those who are confused the table of contents will help to find what you need in any caseNever forget the person behind the disease never forget humanity and remember the bond that was once there it still is there hidden behind the symptoms of the diseaseThis book is an amazing achievement thank you for sharing your wisdom with the rest of us I hope it will raise as much awareness for the disease and a need for a cure as is intended with it

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  • Memories are Precious
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  • 05 December 2019
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About the Author: Fran Lewis

Biography Fran Lewis Born in the South Bronx I grew up with people from many ethnic backgrounds I learned to play and work with children in my school that came from other countries and different places I was always over weight as a child and got picked on a lot by the other children in my class and even my teachers I found it hard to do many of the sporting activities that my sister and cousi



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    Mamories are Preciousby Fran Lewis3 22 10Memories are Preciousby Fran LewisWhen I think of the Bronx New York Yankee Stadium and the Bronx Bombers come to mind Of course the Yankee's are not the only residents of the Bronx Ruth Swerdloff lives there too and she was not an athlete or celebrity but as a grandma she was the go to guy when it came to pickups and deliveries Need a ride to ueens or a prescription filled and delivered grandma was always there She also had a soft shoulder and would listen to all the details of a family problem and give an opinionFran Lewis tells the story of her mother's life including the time Alzheimer's disease began to take over her mind About a decade before Alzheimer's Ruth had another problem Xrays showed black patches and spots covering her heart and lungs Local doctors didn't seem to know what to do but as it turned out there was a procedure one doctor on the west coast was performing that was proving to be successful Because of Ruth's poor health she couldn't ride on a passenger flight and charter flights were awfully expensiveBut the family came up with the money and rented a charter jet crew with medical staff and euipment Ruth Swerdloff and daughter Fran Lewis boarded the plane at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey for the flight to California Nobody had mentioned bathroom facilities until they were needed at which point a bedpan was the only option But Ruth proved to be tougher than the circumstances she was delivered to the hospital in California had the operation and along with daughter Fran returned a little worse for ware to the BronxRuth was able to function but several years later she said 'All of a sudden I began noticing little things I could not remember where I put my glasses or my car keys I could not remember why I walked into a room or what I was I was looking for I began overdosing my meds because I did not recall taking them' That proved to be dangerous and almost fatalThe signs were all there Alzheimer's Disease a common form of Dementia was in its early stages And during the months from May to August 2003 the disease really began to take holdRuth was coherent enough to communicate the fact that she was frightened about the change but she couldn't explain to anyone why she had a pain or what had caused it It was eventually discovered that she had had an undetected mini stroke For months Ruth was in and out of the hospital and the worst part was communicating her problem or pain to the doctorsIt took a while for the family to realize that grandma needed a caregiver 24 hours a day when she was at home And the family rallied again to support grandmaDay to day life is a task but as Fran says 'We cannot and will not let this disease overtake our spirits'Alzheimer's patients including Ruth try to communicate but at times it comes out in the form of awful language It is not uncommon for Alzheimer's patients to take a midnight stroll However in Ruth's case so far local neighbors have seen her and escorted her back homeIn order to get along with Alzheimer's patients caregivers need the ualities of nurse and saint which is uite a taskFran Lewis wrote Memories are Precious as an act of love for her mother and at the same time she filled the pages with helpful lists of do's and don'ts in the caring of Alzheimer's patients in general Anyone in the position that might have to care for a loved one with the disease would do well to read this book because it has the basic information you need to know and is told with loving kindness and consideration for all Alzheimer's patientsRuth Swerdloff was fortunate to have a large loving and giving family There are letters notes and pictures from her children and grandchildren that prove that point as they voice their love for grandma RuthTom Barnes author of 'Tungee's Gold'

  2. says:

    Fran Lewis channels her mother’s voice beautifully in this short book Memories are Precious giving a haunting glimpse into the darkness of losing oneself to Alzheimer's and the struggle of caring for someone as they disappearAlzheimer’s is a much complex illness than I’d realized involving not just loss of memory but loss of control over bodily functions loss of dignity and loss of purpose The mother who once interpreted the cries of a child now has her own silence interpreted by that grown up child Meanwhile the story of Ruth’s gradual decline gives interesting and helpful highlights not just for Alheimer’s sufferers and their carers but also for others wondering about that occasional memory lapse or forgotten purposeThe blend of personal recollection poetry narrative pleas for research and helpful information works well giving a personal face to an illness that deprives its sufferers of their personhood and carers of the time to maintain their own identity“Mom We will never stop fighting for you and never give up on a cure” declares the author in the final pages In these days where and fall prey to this illness it should perhaps be the cry of us all Disclosure I won a free copy of this book from the author

  3. says:

    Memories Are Precious Alzheimer's Journey Ruth's Story by Fran Lewis is an amazing and a very important read that is informative inspirational and heart warmingThe book is a selection of a huge variety of material poems personal dedications and love letters short pieces of information facts guidelines specific tips testimonies lists of resources and a great deal that as a family member of an Alzheimer patient found invaluableThe perspective changes slightly throughout the book but mostly it tells the story of Ruth the author's mother and there are some passages written by Ruth herself others are written by Fran but from her mother's perepective Trying to descrive a day in her mother's life as if the mother would perceive it is an ambitious undertaking that I felt came off the ground very well It helps us once to try and see the disease from the inside perspectiveOne part of the book deals with the stages and the course of the disease as Ruth experienced it The initially harmless forgetfulness that in her case led to a stroke induced by an involuntary drug overdose due to the forgetfulness Then the change of moods even change of the use of language and therefore seemingly her character We get reminded of the curse of the disease which is its inconsistency and unpredictabilityWith much enthusiasm and strong conviction the author brings home the message and plea of love for the victim the moral obligation for respect and our support as much as we can provide itThe stories and snippets provide a picture of a loyal caring and selfless mother whose turn it has become to be on the receiving end of goodness I found these parts particularly touching and beautifulIn this case the family agreed upon to keep the mother in the home but far from being naive the family made plans and investigated to find out just how to go about it What follows is a practical guide to setting up your own home care factual specific tips regarding the environment and the attitude to bring to the table meaning emotional and personal advice and not just speak of safety and healthIncluded is a short history of the disease resources and information websites and a list of signs and symptoms; advice on health care options diagnosis tools and much I found the selection of material at times somewhat unstructured but at the same time appreciated that the alternating of poems and heart warming stories with the facts serves an important purpose and brings the main message of this book home once Never forget that the patients and sufferers are the very same humans that we have known By interrupting as it were the data and inserting a short poem or love letter by a family member to a sufferer we never get carried away into a scientific and sterile thinking For those who are confused the table of contents will help to find what you need in any caseNever forget the person behind the disease never forget humanity and remember the bond that was once there it still is there hidden behind the symptoms of the diseaseThis book is an amazing achievement thank you for sharing your wisdom with the rest of us I hope it will raise as much awareness for the disease and a need for a cure as is intended with it

  4. says:

    Martha A Cheves Author of Stir Laugh Repeat'Alzheimer's is a deadly disease and does not discriminate It is not a disease of the poor the rich the famous or the indigent It is a disease that anyone can get at any time It knows no boundaries and it does not care whether you are white or black or of any other race religion or creed'Imagine going to sleep waking up and finding yourself in a strange place You have no idea where you are nor how you got there You don't even know what you may have done after you arrived This is the way I picture Alzheimer's Disease It can only be like being in a walking coma You can move around but in a trance type stage You can't remember where something as simple as a drinking glass is kept even though you've kept them in the same place for years You sit face to face with your own children or spouse and have no clue as to who they are These have to be horrible scary feelingsIn Memories Are Precious Ruth herself talks about her feelings and experiences in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease Her first indication that something was wrong was when she started forgetting things She couldn't remember what she had just eaten She couldn't balance her own checkbook because she couldn't remember how to add and subtract She went to the store didn't remember going there and ended up getting lost going homeRuth talks about the things she had to give up After driving the wrong way down a one way street her car keys were taken away and eventually her car had to be sold One day she took a second dose of her medicine because she didn't remember taking the first dose This resulted in her not being allowed to dispense her own medicine As the disease progressed Ruth lost the two things that matter most to all of us She lost her independence and her freedomIn Memories are Precious Fran Lewis talks about the responsibilities of being a caregiver to an Alzheimer patient Her research on this deadly disease and importantly her experience from being a caregiver for her mother has given her the ability to write Memories are Precious filling it with tips on subjects such as safety changes how to find help and how to take care of your own stress levels She discusses the role change of the child becoming the parent and the parent becoming the child and helps us understand those changes offering advice that will help make the role change easier for the caregiver She also talks about the importance of other family members and friends becoming involved with the patientAs I read Memories are Precious I found myself understanding this disease and the stress that is put on the family This is one book that I feel should be read by everyone of all ages As Fran Lewis says It is a disease that anyone can get at any time There is no way of knowing who will be nextPublisher XlibrisISBN # 978 1 4415 8479 3Published 2009162 Pages

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    50% of this book is a very good reference for care givers of Alzheimer's disease 50% is about Fran A sister a mother grand mother and great grand mother Friend active member of the community and neighbor The entire book is however a story of love The compassion in this book Practical little bits of advice Excerpts from professional publications regarding Alzheimer it all comes down to one thing Love Time and understanding compassion and decisions and love I think this book is an invaluable resource for primary care givers and I think a must read for all professional caregivers The people under your care is our mothers fathers our loved ones So please read this and remember always that before you see the patient see the personWaAr

  6. says:

    Told from the perspective of the one suffering and those that love to those that care for the alzheimer patient Memories Are Precious is a personal and up front look at alzheimers The inclusion of informative tips on how to properly care for a loved one makes this book a 'must read' for those faced with this dilemma Fran Lewis did a terrific job in covering all the bases reuired to understand this deadly disease that doesn't discriminate

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