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James - Exam time

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Study

Doing some catch up ... so a few pics to come today!

The first is this one I took of my Dad in his study area - studying his book (Double points!!).  For those who don't know him, he is 88, suffering with Alzheimer's and is just going through the final draft of a Bible Study Book he has written.


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Lovely! And how wonderful that he's still working despite everything.
It is marvellous that he does so well - I am very proud of him.
Good for your dad. My dad is 85 and has never touched a computer in his life!
Dad finds since he has had Alzheimer's it is harder for him to remember what the computer is capable of - but it is great that he is slowly continuing.

I am VERY proud of him.
That's a lovely picture of him.
Thanks Wombat - it is nice to capture him at work.
He certainly seems to be doing well in spite of things. It's a great photo.
He is doing very well - I am very proud of him.
That's a great picture
Thanks very much.
What a cozy study. I'm so sorry your father is battling Alzheimer's. I'm hopeful that research will bring a cure soon.
He is doing well - he is taking some of the medicine that is being trialed and we are finding his symptoms are now fairly static - so that is great (for him) ... and in the hope that answers will be found.

I am very proud of him
That's a lovely 'study' of your Dad in his study. I'm sorry he has Alzheimers, but as long as he is using his brain I'm sure it helps. For what it's worth, I used to have 'brain fog' most of the time, but I have started taking spirulina again, and it has made a significant difference. I was starting to wonder if I would end up like a couple of my aunts, who were suffering dementia before my current age.
He is doing well - he is taking some of the medicine that is being trialed and we are finding his symptoms are now fairly static - so that is great (for him) ... and in the hope that answers will be found.

I am very proud of him.
That sounds very encouraging.
It is great to know.