Posts Tagged: forgetfulness

Addle-brained

I always thought I would have more time. It was inevitable, of course, but still, I thought it wouldn’t be for a while. But, there it is. No sense weeping or whining. Time to face up to the facts and move on. Even though it’s come on sooner than expected, it’s not fully developed. Not… Read more »

What’s in a name?

I was at a baseball game with a friend this weekend and a former co-worker and his wife came down the same row to sit a few seats away.  He said hi, calling me by name and I said hi as well…but totally unable to recall his name. This is a recurring problem for me,… Read more »

I forget when I stopped remembering

I’m always impressed by people’s recall of their early childhood years.  I have a terrible time remembering what the heck went on in those days, except for some selective memories of personal quality (and an occasional icky one or two). I have come up with three possible scenarios for this apparent inadequacy compared to other… Read more »