Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Is it Alzheimers or just CRS?

by Michael Dymmoch

I forgot I was supposed to blog yesterday.

Sorry about that.

I've been forgetting a number of things lately. Yesterday, I forgot to look at my calendar.

My sister claims my memory is perfectly normal, that I just need to slow down and pay attention to what I'm doing. Maybe she's right. Paying attention is what makes most writers different from non-writers. Writers notice things.

Come to think of it, I haven't been writing much either.


Barbara D'Amato said...

It's just fine. You are the bee's knees, to use an expression that goes back, I think, to the 1920s. Or is it bees' knees, meaning more than one bee? [See? I must be losing it.]

Corey Wilde said...

Or if you're really worried about your memory, take the TymTest. You can google it. It'll take you maybe five or ten minutes if your memory is normal. It's got a pretty good record for accuracy for distinguishing between CRS and something more painful.