The Official Writing Challenge
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Yesterday was my 67th birthday...I can appreciate your story. Nouns (especially names) come harder everyday. It is my wife who has problems with losing keys, glasses, rings and forgetting appointments. Yet we can and are useful in many ways, to many people even if we can't remember your name anymore. My Father-in-law who died at age 99 said "The only part of me that's getting better is my forgetter." Thanks for sharing.
Nice piece! And one to which many of us can relate. Good conclusion!
A memory is a great thing to have as long as we can hold onto it. Nice work.