A daughter, coping with her mother's advanced Alzheimer's Disease captures the time spent caring for her while her mother's memories disappear in the haze of dementia. What is raw and sad is also humorous as the author writes candidly about what she experiences. The difficulties, the emotions, are tempered with laughter. She shares how she overcomes the anger and frustration. Her words act as suggestions and help for others undergoing the same ordeal. She writes, " I hold the memories of this beautiful woman who is disappearing thought by thought, sentence by sentence and memory by memory. I want to remember the moments we have left, the good and the bad times, the laughter and the tears. I am the memory keeper."