Reasons to Come, Shake my Hand
The collection of poems in this book will tremendously help and offer support to others who are experiencing this struggle with their loved ones.
Mr. Bryce has painted, with his beautiful poetry, a picture of the sorrows and joys; the ups and downs of caring for one who has Alzheimer’s. I highly recommend this beautiful and heartfelt tribute to Ann, and to the enduring love she and Mr. Bryce hold so dear. Chasing A Butterfly is indeed a true and lasting tribute to that love. Bravo, Mr. Bryce ~ a beautiful book, indeed.
–Deborah L. Kelly, Poet/Artist/Writer, North Vancouver, BC
One of the ‘gifts’ of the dementia journey is our opportunity to be able to show compassion and care because of the relationship and love that is already there. Thank you for being so generous in sharing your amazing ability to capture so many of the sentiments of care giving in your poetry!
–Dorothy Leclair, Alzheimer’s leader, Burnaby BC
Your writings are a true inspiration to those of us still on this long journey. I can connect with your words as you really know what it is like. You bring humor and hope to such a dreadful disease. You have travelled the journey and your poems give me the feeling of someone to talk to and calm my fears. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.
–Marilyn Brewer, care giver to her husband, New Brunswick
So well said! And, thank you, for all you do to bring attention to the world of Alzheimer’s and to the families effected. You are a beacon for many looking for their way in this journey!
–Elaine Hodgkins Fitzgerald, Jay, Maine
AND REMEMBER: A portion of all proceeds from “Chasing a Butterfly” by H. W. Bryce sales will go to the Alzheimer’s Society of BC. The people from there were of invaluable service to me in my time of need.
I do hope to see you there, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2017.
I will be there, hand at the ready, from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
My fellow local writers will be there during the hours of 10:00 am. to 5:00 p.m. Please support them.
Black Bond Books, Haney Place Mall, Maple Ridge, BC
Corner of Lougheed Highway and 224 Street.
NOVEMBER 18, 2017. See you Nov. 18, 2017.