Thursday, April 12, 2018

Losing Memories to Alzheimer's ~

1930 Apr 25 ~ 2016 Dec 02

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“I’ve been thinking a lot about memory, how much it defines
us. How much of our character is built from it . . . our personalities, our
loyalties, our souls, their response to what came before. We’re the sum total
of the connections we’ve made, and the people we’ve lost. Memories are the
building blocks of our identity, without them, who we are would be lost to us.”

Source: General Hospital  (Yes, I watch General Hospital, I have since I was in High School!)
Season 55, Episode 250 < link to watch online
Aired: March 30, 2018 ABC network
Epigraph ~ narrated at beginning of episode . . . dedicated to Alzheimer’s and one losing their memory to this awful disease) . . . also posted on my quotes and poem blog, Ginisology, My Book of Counted Quotes
Narrated by ~ General Hospital character, Sonny Corinthos
(actor: Maurice Benard)




1 comment:

Nancy H Vest said...

My father had dementia. There are no words to describe how hard it is to watch a loved one disappear as their memory fades.