Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Cover Page possibilities

I am trying to make a final decision on the cover of my book. Any thoughts? It is a diary and then provides research-based information on health care (and death & dying) in Ontario, specifically resources for family members who become Alternate Decision-makers.

From my strong, tall father, who could repair, fix or build anything, he lost the ability to figure out the function of things. He bitterly fought using a walker, eventually was in a wheel chair. He tried to get out of it all the time. We had to restrain him as he would be a danger to himself.

The tumour affected his balance.

He was unable to drink easily at the end. I would have to hold the cup for him, if he could not manage two-handed.

I loved dad's hands. They reflected his age and experiences, which make us all more beautiful human beings.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for taking time to visit and leave a comment. I am so sorry for the loss of your father. We lost our beloved Grandpa last year to Alzheimer's. Saying it was difficult to watch is an understatement, yet I know he is at peace now.
    blessings to you


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