Sue Miller reads from her moving account of her relationship with her father as his Alzheimer's disease progresses.
On a June morning in 1986 Sue is devastated by a phone call from the police who have found her father wandering and confused.
Sue Miller reads from her account of her relationship with her father as his Alzheimer's disease progresses.
Sue Miller looks back at her childhood to re-live her memories of her father before his disease took hold.
As his Alzheimers worsens, Sue moves her father into a retirement home.
Sue's father's delusions and failing memory as a result of his Alzheimer's, start to dominate both their lives.
As Sue confronts the final stages of her father's illness, his need for more continuous care in his retirement home becomes apparent.