Sunday, December 06, 2009

The Metamorphosis of This Alzheimer's Caregiver (Bob DeMarco)

My name is Bob DeMarco, I am an Alzheimer's caregiver. My mother Dorothy, now 93 years old, suffers from Alzheimer's disease. We live our lives one day at a time.

I am an Alzheimers caregiver, I am the One, and if you are here you are not Alone.

To start, I am a curious person. So, when I want to know more about something I really dig in. Take it apart and put it back together.

I'm fortunate in two ways. I picked great parents, and God and my parents blessed me with an ability to read fast, and absorb information.

My brain is wired to view everything as a system. This allows me to see all the parts when I encounter something new, or when I am trying to figure things out.

When focused, I am goal oriented.

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Stasia and Bob: Hanna Track

Could be bad news for Delray Beach. Time to tie down all the loose ends folks. Good luck to all.
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Stasia and Bob: Hanna Track

Monday, March 10, 2008

Smart Clips: Mass transit use hits 50-year high on pump prices

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The number of Americans hopping buses and grabbing subway straps has climbed to the highest level in half a century as soaring gasoline costs push more commuters to take mass transit.
Mass transit use increased by more than 2 percent in 2007 to the highest level in 50 years, with Americans taking more than 10 billion trips on public transport while the number of vehicle miles traveled was flat in the first 10 months of the year.
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