Relish.com wrote this article about Catherine and I as we ran around the world. I did the interview while spending 6 weeks in ST. Kitts
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This blog post speaks to the need to be flexible as the progression of Early Onset Alzheimer’s continues. I introduce to you the Cat Mobile in this blog.
This chapter was written by me to describe Catherine Popp prior to her diagnosis of Early Onset Alzheimer’s
I often talk about the sine wave effect for Catherine and ALZ. This blog goes into why she might be on the temporary rise on this roller coaster disease.
During this 19 day multistage trip called the west coast swing I talk about the question of taking care of yourself.
This big entry talks about why Catherine and I travel.
Hope For The Best To be hopeful that a positive occurrence will happen. This can be an expression of hope or insight after something has gone awry or when circumstances seem bleak. The free dictionary That is all I could really ask for. This is the furthest we have...
3 Half Marathons in 5 days “Have we lost our minds?” Tony Copeland-Parker Catherine chuckled while she answered, “Yes.” That is how we roll. On the edge of sanity and sometimes, but not very often, over the edge. Not to worry, I have everything under control. Oops,...
Why Do We Do the Things That We Do? “Because we can” Catherine Elizabeth Popp That is always Catherine’s answer to when I start questioning myself about some of my hair brain schemes. I will put a plan together for a week or a month at a time. Review it with her...