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May 22, 2012

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Annie

Forget-me-nots are my favourite flower. Never before has dementia been described to me so clearly. You have my attention.... I'm following the link. thank you

joanie

Glad this walk came at a time that I can help.
I knew the numbers were increasing with the increase age of the world population but never read statistics like this. Your personal story and facts make it so real for those of us who haven't been affected by the disease directly. Thanks

Chezchouke

Wow your words and pictures touch my heart...

Cozy Memories

Gorgeous photos for a beautiful & meaningful cause. Wishing I could have come walk with you guys.
oxoxo

Michaelanneneal

Just beautiful Margie!! Your words, and your photos touch my heart so very often..I am off to work, but I promise to return here 1st thing in the morn, and make a donation in honor of your lovely Mama:) She would be so very proud of you, and all that you do...XO

Lisa

Bravo! Excellent post .. love the photos ♥

Kathleen

Your photos of the forget-me-nots are beautiful. I especially love the tiny baskets. I've been picking forget-me-nots on my walks with Meeko lately. My grandfather died of Alzheimer disease. It is a devastating disease for the individual and their family. There is a beautiful novel about a middle-aged woman with Alzheimer's disease called Still Alice by Lisa Genova. xx

Karen

My Father is in the final stages of Alzheimer's disease. To see your loved one lose their precious memories and connections is devastating. Thank you for your important and wonderful work. I will follow your link and donate.

Nicole

Their illness may make them forget us, but we cannot forget them. What a beautiful tribute to your mama, Margie!

Michaelanneneal

Margie..I just made my donation as promised. As a RN I work with alot of people who are afflicted with some type of mental illnes..This is such a worthy, wonderful cause..XXOO

Ivana

I am not sure what is more lovely- your words or your photographs. As someone already said- your Mom would be so proud of you!!! Love, Ivana

Kathleen

I just made a donation in honour of your Mom and my grandfather.

Nanou

You make this lovely basket of forget-me-nots so eloquent, Margie ! You always bring so much sense to your posts, enlightening us in a touching and positive way. I'ld be pleased to add my little drop to this cause you support beautifully. Love.

Geninne

Done & done. I'm honored to help out in any way. In loving memory of lovely Alice! ♥

Daisy

tks for your sharing. it is very good. nice article. I just made a donation in honour of your Mom and my grandfather.

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