This is a beautiful love story between the author and his wife, Judy. Their meeting, friendship, love, marriage, and children are shared as well as their medical careers. Unfortunately, Alzheimers is Judy's diagnosis and her husband, Verwayne is her caretaker. They always told each other the three little words, "I love you" several times a day.
I gave it 4 stars because there were some editorial issues that I believe need to be addressed. Thank you, Verwayne for sharing such a personal and meaningful part of your life
A husband writes about his romance, marriage, honeymoon, and life with the woman of his dreams. Tender moments of love and intimacy build a strong relationship that can not be torn apart by her history of sexual abuse as a child, her slow decline into dementia and Alzheimer's. Written by the author of the February 2018 Rave Review Book Club 'Book of the Month' selection, "The Totally Unnecessary Death of Amanda Dawn," the reader gets to feel some of the joy, the love, the intimacy, the happiness, the pain, regret, and the sadness of this relationship over the course of forty plus years. From the shyness to the sadness, the author reveals it all. When his wife could no longer remember it, Verwayne Greenhoe remembers for her in "I Remember Judy - A Love Story. "