Moving along at baby step speed

Thank you for all of your wonderful messages of support. Thank you for your encouragement to keep writing. Thank you for caring. Thank you for thinking of our family. Thank you…for more than my words could ever cover.

I am still writing. If you haven’t already, please visit this link:

Help For Alzheimer’s Families

There are past posts to view as well.

These last few months have been much harder than I ever imagined. I am working my way through, just at a very, very slow pace. Much slower than I would like, but baby steps will eventually get me to wherever it is I am headed.

Advocacy, education and support are my passions and my future. It is a promise I made Jim. It is a promise I have made myself. It is what I am meant to do.

I am damaged goods. Even so, I will continue the fight. It is all I can and know how to do at this point. I hope that many of you will join me and have your voice heard alongside mine.

Again, thank you for….for…saving our family, for saving me, for being present. Thank you.

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7 Responses to “Moving along at baby step speed”

  1. Donna Pittman says:

    You are one of the strongest women I know and I admire your courage. You have helped so many people, I hope you will keep up your writing and encouragement to others.

  2. Jill says:

    The courage you have and your ability to write is part of your process.

    Your strength is amazing!

  3. Lorrie says:

    You are enough.We love you and your family. You give me courage everyday to deal with the situation with my mother. thank you!

  4. Linda says:

    You are not damaged goods…you may be emotionally battered..but you have been a lighthouse..A beacon of hope and a voice for many..and a world champion fighter.
    God bless you for your efforts through all the many and varied challenges. You need time to rest and heal…your losses are great…The rest of the world needs you..but right now take care of is time. Hugs and prayers from Jacksonville, NC

  5. sue scoggins says:

    I completely understand the pain. Baby steps, my friend. It’s ok to take time to grieve and heal from so many years of hurt. Look forward to seeing you when you come this way.

  6. Loretta R. says:

    Karen you are an awesome human being! We lost my beloved mother-in-law to Alzheimer’s May 27th. Death is final and we can never bring them back but we can work for a cure so that others do not have to succumb to this horrible disease. Thank you for all you do!

  7. Praying for you, Karen…. One step at a time.

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