Dads are the best, mine has dementia , and i didnt notice it until he retired and was home, i noticed some sarcasm before he retired from his co employees.
I learned alot of things from my dad business wise, theres not many men like him today if few.
hes a scholar and a gentleman always.
educated and well rounded in everything, very balanced, not perfect but just dad.
Mom took him to live with her daughters on the east coast, and im alone , i lived with him all my life, and now all of a sudden all the fears creep in if they are taking good care of him.
i have my reasons to say that. but he will forget things he shouldnt and remember things as if hes ok. its just different not having him the way i always knew of him.
It takes alot of life out of all guys in this trade, hats off .