About Dating Dementia
Nancy sincerely hopes that people will read her blog posts because she has a lot to say and she will say some of it here.
What would Nancy like to share with you?
“Born and raised in a small town in central Minnesota, I moved to California in my early 20s thinking that I would only stay a year. Flash forward 33 years: I’ve recently left sunny Los Angeles and have moved back to Minnesota to help care for my aging Mom who has dementia. I’m an ‘older mom’ with one wonderful college-age daughter. You will notice that I use a variety of names when I refer to my darling daughter in blog posts — this is mainly to protect the innocent. Recently divorced, I am now looking at the next phase of my life. What will I do to make a living? Will I stay in Minnesota? How do I balance work, parenting, a social life and still find time to exercise? How do I deal with my 92-year-old-mother and her significant memory loss? Can I finally tap into my internal spirituality? And most importantly, will I ever have sex again?”
As you can tell by the lengthy quote, Nancy indeed has a lot to say and she often shares just a little too much (in the third person, of course).
By now you have figured out that this blog is really all about Nancy, and this pleases her to no end!
Contact Nancy Wurtzel at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-405-7490