Next year on this date, will you remember today?
If so, what will set today apart from all of your yesterdays that will come in between then and now?
Maybe. The agreeable little kitty that adopted us about six weeks ago was hit by a car last night. I found her body this morning. Funny how these little furry souls can get to you-- even our dog liked her. It is a sad day.
Oh dear, Rochelle, I'm sorry to hear about kitty. My reason for remembering today is also sad, it's the anniversary of my mum's death. She died 25 years ago today, and never got to meet my children.
Not a chance. Something dramatic or memorable needs to happen. I recently wrote about actress Marilu Henner who has High Autobiographical Memory Syndrome - She can remember the mos minute detail of any date that you give her.
Probably not. I can't say that I would really want to remember it. It's been one of those days...
Hmm . . . it's 9:57 EST. If something profound or memorable happens today, yes. If not, no. Actually, I'm going to an annual community dinner tonight so that will be the only thing on the list of highlights a year from now. Good question, pstraubie48.
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