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He also told her that his wife, Gaye, was living in a nursing home after being diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Watching an episode of “our show” with my sons has become my favourite part of the day.
A lot of people can't imagine that, but if you know me good, you know I am (laughs). If we were just caught up in ourselves, it wouldn't work.
I don't want it to be in a way that it cowers my children down, but I do believe that it is important to have them understand that there are consequences for their actions. Tami: If it wasn't for Regina (Gio's mom) being who she is, for Wayne being who he is and me being, who I am, it wouldn't work.
Each competitor is assigned a “rally girl” to look after them and do their homework if they haven’t got time.
These boys are then scouted by universities, and when they eventually make their college choice the news is announced at a televised press conference.
It’s a noticeable cultural shift: we no longer all watch the same programme at the same time – and broadcast TV has awful ad breaks every 3 minutes.
So word is passed about great commercial-free box sets on Netflix or Amazon Prime and the excellent ones like The Good Wife, Orange Is The New Black and Kimmy Schmidt, are virtually revered.Tami is sexy, wise, confident, loving, brave, complicated, flawed, feisty, ballsy and owner of the best hair you’ve ever seen. Her locks enter the room a few seconds before she does: it’s not Silvikrin-stiff like the big-haired girls of Charlie’s Angels – it’s silky, luscious, and splashes across her face whenever she turns her heavily eye-linered head.I want to be her; I want to move to Dillon, even though I’m pretty sure it doesn’t actually exist; I want to get drunk on shots with her at a BBQ (she loves a BBQ) and say “y’all” whenever possible, even when you’re only talking to one person.“Being a nurse is who I am, and it fulfills me.” This scenario is likely to become more and more common until a cure is found for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, says Pepper Schwartz, Ph.D., a professor of sociology at the University of Washington in Seattle and lead author of “Snap Strategies for Couples: 40 Fast Fixes for Everyday Relationship Pitfalls.” Currently, more than 5 million people are living with Alzheimer’s disease, a number that could reach 16 million by the year 2050, according to the Alzheimer’s Association.Her articles have been published in over 30 national magazines and newsletters, including AARP The Magazine, Family Circle, Shape, USA Today, Weight Watchers Magazine, and Woman’s Day.