With our sincerest appreciation to “Music and Memory” for allowing us to re-post Brian’s blog.

Immersed in fog. That’s how Brian LeBlanc describes his bouts of confusion from Alzheimer’s.

“Imagine you’re driving down a road on a beautiful fall day,” he says. “The sun is shining, the trees are orange and purple. You come to a bend in the road and, all of a sudden, you hit a fog bank. Your natural reaction is to slow down, creep along. I can be doing anything, and all of a sudden this fog comes in and takes over my brain. I can still see, but I can’t make sense of it all.”

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