Mom had a stroke in 1993 and during the stroke, I noticed her staring off into space. Now, she sits and I'll be thinking she's watching television, but after asking her what was happening on the program, she'll say that she doesn't know and has absolutely no idea what is happening on the boob tube. I'm beginning to wonder if maybe she's had another stroke, so to be on the safe side, I'm going to let her Dr. know in the morning. This has been going on a little while, and at first, it didn't dawn on me that that was the same expression on her face that she had during that stroke. Have you ever noticed that your loved one does this, and do you have any idea what's up with the blank stare?
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