“The Biggest Regret” from Sally at Hot Dogs and Marmalade

I hope today you’ll visit Sally’s blog post The Biggest Regret at Hot Dogs and Marmalade where she comments on both my memoir Dancing in Heaven, and my father’s Alzheimers.

Sally’s title for this post comes from words my father said about Annie that I included in Dancing in Heaven: “The biggest regret I’ve got of the whole thing is that she cannot speak.  Everything else I can deal with pretty much as it comes along.”

Sally is walking a similar journey as mine, as she struggles to maintain a meaningful relationship with, and life for, her mother who suffers from Alzheimer’s.

I’d like to thank Sally for her kind words and am hoping you’ll read her short, insightful and inspirational post.

Dad and Annie circa late 1960s

Author: CMSmith

I enjoy reading, writing, gardening, photography, genealogy and travel. I have opinions about many things, but am trying to age gracefully and not continually tick people off with them. Sometimes I can’t help myself.

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