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My memories of my father are vast and never ending. Some of my most vivid memories are of things like breaking a neighbor's window while playing baseball in the backyard; cheering on Pete Rose and Johnny Bench at Reds baseball games and gathering whatever freebies they were handing out that day; lyi
Almost 20 years ago it was safe to say my family slowly began the new process of letting pre-Alzheimers memories ring clear, while all of the memories we were yet to make with my grandfather as he progressed with this disease would soon become the memories we worked to remain foggy. You don't want t
Meeting Donald for the first time was a little intimidating, but he had a friendly manner, big smile, and a personal charm that made him easy to like. I quickly learned that he was a talented teacher, coach, and a huge sports fan, often wearing hats and shirts of his teams (like the Cleveland Brown
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