Today was a good day. When your loved one has Alzheimer’s, you don’t know one day to the next what the day will be like. You brace yourself for bumps and revel when it’s smooth sailing. It’s only human to feel sad or disappointed or upset when your loved one with Alzheimer’s slowly forgets what you have done together or attributes the past moments to someone else. It’s difficult to hear things like “your grandfather and I used to do this” or…