My parents would have been married sixty-seven years ago today. Seven years ago, we had a big party and a small family reunion to celebrate number sixty. We were so fortunate. My father’s AD was not that severe. He was quite aware of what was going on and had a wonderful time visiting with his visiting relatives. The one good thing about Alzheimer’s Disease is you know time is limited. In many ways, that is a blessing for the family of someone who is aging into it. We knew what to expect and were able to compensate, accordingly – and we did.