These Small Things (My Mom’s Alzheimer’s)

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When my mother was young, table manners were a sign of good breeding. She used knives, forks and spoons at the table for the smallest meal. You just didn’t eat with your fingers because, in my mother’s way of thinking that was for animals. She was raised in the British system of etiquette where often times, appearances were more important than comfort or common sense. Under my mother’s watchful eye, many a juicy mango escaped full consumption…

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Dixie Ann Black

Dixie Ann Black

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Dixie Ann Black is an Author, Health & Wellness Consultant and Public Speaker. She currently cares for her mother who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.