Desperately trying to remember something you forget and are not able to do so.
Continuously failing at attempts of trying to remember it but still receive nothing. Isn’t it like the most frustrating thing? Now think of living a life with this happening daily and hundreds of times a day.
Alzheimer’s, the disease of forgetting is the same condition mentioned above. It is full of frustration, anger, and a feeling of helplessness. Molly McManimie, a 26-year-old girl, living in Las Vegas with her family, has been watching her grandmother struggling with Alzheimer’s daily for the past two years now.
She is unable to do the little things in life she loved doing, like baking. She forgets the recipe or the ingredients while she bakes or cooks. She forgets general things in life and gets so frustrated with her condition.
Although she loves the coloring and it helps her release her frustration so much, she always wanted a dog. Grandma asked her husband for so long to get her a dog, but her husband never agreed.
Molly then realized that the dog can help her grandma with her disease by being a therapy dog and can give company to her old grandfather.
She explained all this to her grandpa who eventually agreed to it. The family got on their mission to find the right dog for adoption. They never told about it to her grandma, as they wanted to see her childlike happiness and excitement by surprise.
Fenton came to the family, and the family was very happy. The elderly couple is happy too.
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