PS From Yesterday

Yesterday, I wrote about how many of those residents in Dad’s dementia units were once normal, healthy, vibrant people.

And now, they can’t even cut their own chicken. (My dad didn’t know what to do with the chicken leg on his plate. Another life skill lost, I realized.)

As I mentioned, each person on that floor has a story to tell but it’s now too late for them.

It’s not too late for you.

If you have a story to tell (and all of you do!)…be sure to write it down or tell someone. Preferably someone without Alzheimer’s. 🙂

If you have a relationship to mend, an apology to offer, an “I love you” unexpressed, a memoir unwritten, don’t wait.

It doesn’t have to be a bestseller. It just has to be your story.

To borrow a quote from Eugene Peterson:

“Everytime someone tells a story well, the gospel is served.”

About Suzanne

Suzanne Woods Fisher writes bestselling, award winning fiction and non-fiction books about the Old Order Amish for Revell Books. Her interest in the Plain People began with her Old Order German Baptist grandfather, raised in Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Suzanne's app, Amish Wisdom, delivers a daily Amish proverb to your phone or iPad. She writes a bi-monthly column for Christian Post and Cooking & Such magazine. She lives with her family in California and raises puppies for Guide Dogs for the Blind. To Suzanne's way of thinking, you can't take life too seriously when a puppy is running through your house with someone's underwear in its mouth.


  1. where’s my post? not writing the whole post out again lol you missed a typo mods