I don't know if you noticed but we have a few more good men on the Alzheimer's Reading Room these days...By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
My brothers are coming on board. Maybe you noticed, we even have a few more men commenting. Don 't be shy my brothers, shoot in some comments. We are interested in learning how you feel, how you think, and what is on your mind.
Right, my sisters?
Sisters and brothers. Hmm, I never thought about that. Not until right now. I think you could say we have a brotherhood and sisterhood right here. I like that thought.
We certainly have a lot in common. At least when it comes to dementia.
Too bad we don't all live in the same place, or in the same general location. We could have a picnic. Personally, I would like that.
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