As we travel through our lives, we store up a treasure trove of memories. We can find physical reminders in the form of a souvenir from a vacation, a photo of a loved one, videos, a hand-written letter, a greeting card, or a thousand other whispers from days gone by. Old photographs are snippets of time we store as treasures of the heart. They are reminders of who we once were. Our brains have stored up millions of "snapshots" from different times in our lives. Photos can help us retrieve memories so deep-seated that we may have never thought of again.
Linda is a longtime Alzheimer's Association volunteer and advocate. She is an author and the editor of Alzheimer's Anthology of Unconditional Love. She offers presentations based on her personal experience as a primary caregiver for her husband who lived with early onset dementia for ten years. She will speak to groups or organizations about Alzheimer's or writing life stories. Presentations can be tailored for your group. Visit her website at http: //www.lsfisher.com/ or email Linda at email@example.com