Dolores Part 25 – Pink Eye Christmas

[box] Blog Post/Series Description: Dolores is my maternal grandmother living with Alzheimer’s Disease. A woman who helped shape me to be the man I am today. These posts highlight anecdotal stories about her life, her family and the legacy she will leave.[/box]

Dolores is not the one with Pink Eye, I am!  The family (and a few friends) got to see her for a holiday concert hosted at The Baptist Homes.

 

Lisa, Matthew, Michael, Amanda, Billy, Ali & NuniDecember  15, 2013
Lisa, Matthew, Michael, Amanda, Billy, Ali & Nuni
December 15, 2013
Dolores, Annie and Alan December 15, 2013
Dolores, Annie and Alan December 15, 2013

Lisa (my mom and Dolores’ second daughter) decorated her room for the festive holiday.

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December 18, 2013

Dolores’ great-grandchildren brought out that iconic smile with a visit.

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December 28, 2013

We love you Nuni!!!!  I will visit The Baptist Home when my eye gets back to normal.

Other “Dolores” Anecdotes:

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