The Wind Cries Mary: Sept. 25, 1925 – Nov. 6, 2020 RIP

The wind whispers Mary, Broken pieces of yesterday life, Somewhere a queen is weeping, Somewhere a king has no wife. And, the wind cries Mary, Will the wind ever remember the names known in the past? And the wind cries Mary.  – Jimi Hendrix
                                     Dear Mom,
Mom and MeThis is your day, a special day and I want to share with you some really good news on this Mother’s Day.
Researchers at Queensland Brain Institute in Australia have shown that a non-invasive ultrasound technology can be used to treat Alzheimer’s disease and restore memory. This innovative, drug-free method breaks apart the neurotoxic amyloid plaques that result in memory loss and cognitive decline. It may seem to some that you have vanished  into the dark corridors of your mind. Yet, I hold on to a faint gleamer of hope that you will find the right passageway to your future and all your sweet memories.
Until that day comes don’t be embarrassed to ask where you are or who has passed away I will be your narrator to the life of a woman I call Mom.
I love you and happy Mother’s Day.


  1. Dave, I am having problems today. My computer may by smarter than I am. I just got on Tweeter for the first time although I have had a Twitter account for a long time. I saw your video of Aunt Edith. I have been thinking about her and wondering how she is doing. She looks so much like Mom that it makes me want to cry. If you think that I would not upset her by sending her a card or writing to her, I would like to have her address. George and I are well. George is legally blind so he sometimes has problems doing the things he wants to do and it makes him mad. I try to help him as much as I can but that is not the same for him. Love you both, Pat

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