Alzheimer's Reading Room
Last night at 11 PM ET I went outside and looked up a the stars. I was thinking about Easter in Australia and Louise. It was 1 PM on Easter Sunday in Sydney, Australia.
As is my usual practice, I looked up at the stars and thought about the all the caregivers around the world. I was a bit disconcerted because it was a bit hazy and I didn't see as many stars as I can see on a very clear night. I did wait for ten minutes and allow my eyes to adjust. If you are patient you do see more and more stars. The Blue Nowhere was very big last night, I didn't like that.
I wrote previously about the stars and the Blue Nowhere and you can go here to read -- Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.
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Bob DeMarco is the editor of the Alzheimer's Reading Room and an Alzheimer's caregiver. Bob has written more than 1,300 articles with more than 9,000 links on the Internet. Bob resides in Delray Beach, FL.
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