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I forgot! Perhaps I should tie a knot or two!

It was only a matter of time really.  When you load your life so full of everything that there is no space to breathe or for error to be rectified it’s bound to happen.   438 more words


Montmartre to Silicon Valley: in search of havens for thinking

I think what really makes your brain work is asking questions of yourself, to wonder and be curious. That would come from your experiences in the physical world, so I think it’s hard to expect our brains to be working without having new experiences in life. 405 more words

Stupidly Smart

When I checked my email a couple of days ago, I discovered a message that began, “Don’t mind on my English, I am from India.”  I would have trashed it on the spot, but before I could get to the delete button I had already skimmed the next couple of sentences.  521 more words

Diane Henders

One Annoyance Of A Forgetful Mind

Yesterday I walked into town with Mum. The plan was to part ways and meet again in a few hours in a pub called Dunn Ri. 320 more words

Day To Day

Let Us Not Forget Gethsemane

Written by Calvonia Radford 3/12/2018

The older I get, the more forgetful I become.

I’ve learned to write everything down and then make a note reminding myself where to find it. 562 more words


Life awash in fog

Glimpses of remembrance

Grainy and dim snapshots of time

Details lost, only outlines linger

Time scrubs the remnants to emptiness

Fog thickens, what remains? 6 more words

Memory Lapses

I am creative.  I am powerful.  I am woman, hear me roar.  I am also just a tad forgetful.  Like “forget what I had for breakfast while the fork is still in my hand” forgetful.  638 more words

Everyday Musings