$2.67 Including Tax by Sheryl Lynn

8 February 2015 I wanted to buy someone a single rose.  The grocery near me sells nice single roses.  I went into the refrigerator, looking for just the right rose.  I found one that was blooming nicely.  It was magenta and quite large.  Gorgeous! I asked the distant young girl […] Read more »

Book Review: Why Did Grandma Put Her Underwear In the Refrigerator? by Sheryl Lynn

My friend Max Wallack and his former middle school English teacher Carolyn Given have written a book I hope everyone will buy.  Why Did Grandma Put Her Underwear In the Refrigerator? An Explanation of Alzheimer’s Disease for Children, is a beautifully written and illustrated guide dedicated to teaching children about what […] Read more »

Alzheimer’s Disease Explained To Children by Max Wallack

My friend Max Wallack has co-authored a groundbreaking new book, Why Did Grandma Put Her Underwear In The Refrigerator: An Explanation Of Alzheimer’s Disease For Children.  Although it’s intended to educate young children, I wish I’d had read it when, at age 54, I suddenly became my mother’s primary caregiver.  […] Read more »

KidsWhoGive by Max Wallack

I met Max Wallack maybe five years ago through the Alzheimer’s Reading Room internet community, founded by Bob DeMarco to educate himself and countless others around the world about caregiving and topics related to Alzheimer’s Disease.  Bob was his mother Dotty’s primary caregiver during the last nine years of her […] Read more »

The Joys Of Not Being Understood by Sheryl Lynn

“No one understands me, and no one ever will understand me.” When the person at the other end of the phone said this to me, I understood the frustration of not feeling understood. Have you ever felt misunderstood?  Have you ever felt no one could understand you? I have.  I’m […] Read more »