He had just gotten a new hedge trimmer, and clearly got carried away. We have never trimmed our camelias and never trimmed the azaleas like he did, cut way back at the wrong time of year. I was shocked and I know we may not have blooms for a couple of years. My father who planted them for my Mom and lives here with us, originally his home, is 92. I am devastated at the thought of him not being able to enjoy them again. My husband said I asked him to do it which I absolutely did not! My worry is just “what’s next!” He was diagnosed in May, but clearly already had dementia/AD for years. It seems to be advancing so quickly, with him struggling to find words and misinterpreting directions. What is next? I have to work and my 92 year old father who is reasonably healthy certainly cannot take care of my husband! He recently was told to quit driving and he thinks it is temporary, when he realizes it is not, he may lose it. He twists someone’s arm to take him for fast food, icees, shakes or smoothies almost daily. I am just so worried; I cannot afford to quit work.