Kay was in bed but dressed. When she saw me she immediately smiled in recognition. A good sign. She had her shoes on so I took her our for a walk and her treats. She walks slowly. Her ability to do something is also very slow. What I mean by that is her ability to do something. For instance I bring the walker for her and have to almost put her hands on the bars. I don't just point at them I have to take her hands and put them on the bars. But she recognized me instantly
. I don't know if this is a temporary condition or a development of her dementia. I can tell you I do not take this being apart easily. I learned a couple a days ago that another person I know who has been a great help has dementia. I am totally devastated. I depended upon her so much. I bought a tiny digital sound recorder the other day expecting to make voice notes to help in writing my daily report. So far I have not made a comment during the day then used it when doing the report. I had several things I wanted to remember but did not put them down. It seemed at the time I could remember them when I did my report. Tomorrow I will try to put them down. Hopefully it will make this more interesting and informative.