Yes, and it's interesting because often the brain will take you back to a different period of time in your life. They do everything that a loving family member would do. And you've spoken to your husband, giving him the permission to move on once you don't recognise him anymore. And I was in the kitchen and she turned around and she had a knife in her hand and she said, 'I'm going to kill you dead with this knife. Tell me about that. But an awful thing about watching someone with this disease sometimes is really not knowing what's going on in there head, and you are imagining the worst. For us it was just important to be there when we need to be there, go along the journey, but also take a moment to stand back, and if you do have a loved one in a nursing home and you see these things happening, it's okay to smile about it because everyone is going through it, they all understand and no one is going to think worse of you if you say, you know what, that guy running through the room with no undies on can be pretty funny if you just think about the situation.