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Joan's Story-bookcover

By: Sandra Gay Curtis

Joan's Story

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Looking around at her family, Joan sighed happily. Yes, she was truly blessed. For everything she had ever hoped for was right here in this room. Her family and her daughters, all happy and content, all the grandchildren growing up fast and making their own way in the world and her precious Ed by her side. Life was truly good. Today would be a memory she would never forget.

Roll on ten years and life for Joan has changed considerably. She has indeed lost all memory of that perfect day and many other happy memories. This story follows Joan through the heart-breaking suffering of dementia. Her family becomes more and more alarmed by her actions and tries to cope with the situation as sensitively as they can. However, dementia is a cruel and wicked disease which changes the whole dynamic of Joan’s life. Just what does the future hold for them all? Will Joan ever remember some of the good times again?

Having lived in Spain for several years, Sandra Gay Curtis and her partner returned to the UK. Now living in West Sussex, she enjoys the sea air, going for country walks, and visiting places of historical interest. Sandra was born in SE, London and moved to Surrey a few years later. Having discovered the world of books and the joy of writing from an early age, she still continues to be enthralled by both. Her experiences of life as a nanny, secretary, housewife, and mother, have given Sandra an idea for her stories for which she is eternally grateful.

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