Brenda Adams gives her husband, Garry, a kiss after feeding him. As a result of a head injury, Garry has progressive dementia that has confined to a wheelchair and left him unable to speak. While Garry is in the care of a hospice worker, Brenda finds time to trim the Christmas trees on their farm.
Brenda Adams gives her husband, Garry, a kiss after feeding him. As a result of a head injury, Garry has progressive dementia that has confined to a wheelchair and left him unable to speak. While Garry is in the care of a hospice worker, Brenda finds time to trim the Christmas trees on their farm.
Brenda Adams gives her husband, Garry, a kiss after feeding him. As a result of a head injury, Garry has progressive dementia that has confined to a wheelchair and left him unable to speak. While Garry is in the care of a hospice worker, Brenda finds time to trim the Christmas trees on their farm.

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November 25, 2007 12:25 AM

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