Idaho woman describes her life with Alzheimer's disease
September 17, 2017
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — Judie Boltz went to the mall a few months ago with her daughter, Wendy Savkranz, and granddaughters, Kym Hendricks and Nikole Kirby.
Kirby, then with her mother's surname, was getting married in late July; the women were shopping for an outfit Boltz could wear to the wedding.
They picked out a white skirt. A pair of wedge shoes was bought somewhere else, and a lace top matching the skirt was ordered online.
That was May.
Anticipation for the wedding grew each week. Each time anyone talked about it, Boltz, 76, wondered aloud — sometimes with a laugh, other times...