Hi everyone, this is my first time posting and do wonder if I am over reacting after reading other posts. Yesterday I was at home doing paperwork and my 62 year old husband was doing some work at a neighbours holiday cottage we look after. He was gone quite a while and I was just thinking of going to make sure he was ok when he walked in looking absolutely terrible. He was also annoyed and asked why I had snuck into the cottage and hidden his car keys. He ssid he always hangs them in the same place under his hat and coat, and remembers putting them there when he entered, but someone had moved them. He spent nearly an hour looking for them, going through bins and even looking in the oven and dishwasher. He found them on a lamp table in the corner of the sitting room. He was adament it must have been me, even checking my boots and shoes to see if they were dry. When he could find no evidence of me leaving the house he was upset. He was desperately hoping I would admit it was me, as the alternative scared him. This comes a couple of years after he picked me up from work looking terrible. He had set off down a much used route but said he didn't recognise where he was, he had absolutely no memory of the road at all. He said he kept on driving in the hope he would end up somewhere he knew and eventually recognised a building just round the corner from my workplace. These are two biggish incidents, but there have been many times, especially in the last few months where he has forgotten he has told me something, forgotten conversations we have had and been convinced that someone has been moving stuff around, although the latter has been mainly at work. I have worked with people with dementia, albeit in the latter stages, and I am just hoping there is another explanation fir my darling husbands issues. I just have to try to get him to the doctor now, but he is scared of what they might say Sorry for the long post.