We so often think that people with Alzheimer’s forget everything and that they forget us, their loved ones.
This post on the Huffington Post shows us that we might just be wrong…
Melvyn Amrine, of Little Rock, Ark., may not remember the details of his life since his Alzheimer’s diagnosis, but he recently proved that his love for his wife transcends memory.
Melvyn was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease three years ago and since then it hasn’t been easy for his wife, Doris, CBS News reported. Melvyn at times doesn’t remember details like whether he proposed to his wife, or vice versa. However a recent holiday prompted Melvyn to remember the most important thing.
On the day before Mother’s Day, Melvyn went missing. Considering he normally requires assistance to do any walking, his family was alarmed and notified the police.
When police found Melvyn, he was 2 miles from his house and he was resolute in his goal, according to Fox 16. He was going to the store to buy flowers for his wife for Mother’s Day, just like he had done every year since they had their first child. Read More..