Fuggeddaboudit

Fuggeddaboudit

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by Gil VanWagner
     
 

An Alzheimer’s story. One person, Mallory, dealing with the impact on her world as her father disappears before her very eyes. This is a deeply personal and intimate story lived by thousands as they deal with this insidious disease. Mallory must make difficult choices as she and her family do their very best to take care of her father.


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Overview

An Alzheimer’s story. One person, Mallory, dealing with the impact on her world as her father disappears before her very eyes. This is a deeply personal and intimate story lived by thousands as they deal with this insidious disease. Mallory must make difficult choices as she and her family do their very best to take care of her father.


In the process, Mallory learns the ins and outs as well.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033280681
Publisher:
Gil VanWagner
Publication date:
06/08/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
257 KB

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Meet the Author

I have been lots of things and am lots of things. My core is slave to writing, healing, sharing, believing, doing, including, and dancing in joy. Know me through my words...as I learn me through my deeds. Welcome.


Born and raised in New Jersey, twenty-eight years traveling the world in the USAF, ten years in corporate America, several years running my own business, and ended up in Utah. Now I write, share, life coach, and do whatever feels right to be a self-sufficient global citizen.

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Fuggeddaboudit 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Lixx-Luna More than 1 year ago
Touching and very real depiction of dealing with Alzheimers. Mallory, the daughter, makes a wonderful heroine, as she deals with her father's decline with love and courage.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very true to life story----where do they go?? Could have used a little editing help
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The author tells the story in such an interesting and compassionate way. I could not stop reading the book. Even after I finished it, I still found myself thinking about what I read and reflecting upon it.