Bizarre. Yes, dreams can be. Last night I dreamed that I was ‘somewhere’ with a bunch of people. During the gathering, I had a moment of severe confusion and disorientation. It lasted for a long long time in the dream. Now that’s a new type of dream I’ve never experienced before. Go figure.
I’m getting weary of all the political ads. Can’t wait until Election Day is over. Seems like it’s been a long drawn out affair. I’m sure most people have already decided so let’s get it over with. Have been watching MSNBC, CNN, etc. The anchor folks so to have run out of things to say. They’re now down to what kind of clothes people are wearing and how much they cost! Aren’t there more important things in life?
We’re having friends (Margo and Stein) visit us from Pittsburgh tomorrow. They are dear and closer to us than some family members. Funny how ya can choose your friends but not your family! It’ll be a very nice day in spite of the rainy forecast for the weekend. Stein is so witty I don’t know if I’ll be able to keep up with him. Margo’s brother-in-law is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. I think he’s also on Namenda and Aricept.
Speaking of that. I’m really noticing a positive difference since adding the Namenda to the Aricept. My sleeping pattern had been terrible for the past 3-4 years. I noticed an improvement after taking the Namenda for about 4-5 weeks. Am sleeping better than ever right now. And the Vivimind. That’ll take awhile. Am taking 10-mg daily for 1 month and then I’ll increase it to 2 tabs/day. My understanding of it is that it’ll take much longer to notice any results. Fortunately, I haven’t had any side-effects from any of the 3 of them.
I spoke with Angela Taylor this week. She’s the Chair of the Science Committee and on the Board of Directors of the Lewy Body Dementia Association (LBDA). What a lovely, caring and smart lady! How lucky we all are with her running the ship. Thank you, Angela, for your interest. You perked me up and encouraged me and you didn’t even know it.
Am looking forward to reading Dr. Tom Grayboys’ book – Life in the Balance. I put in a request to the birthday fairy. She’s coming soon.
I just discovered a new game called KenKen. Never heard of it before. Haven’t tried it yet but it sounds like it’ll be another way of working the brain.
OK, David. Give the computer a rest and do something else today. It’ll stimulate your brain.