Friday, August 6, 2010


Again I had an opportunity to give several presentations this week. Speaking to one group of seniors after I gave my list of how you can tell you’re growing older, one woman added the three advantages of having short-memory loss: 1. You meet new people all the time. 2. You can hide your own Easter eggs. 3. I forgot the third.

1 comment:

Patricia Stoltey said...

That's hitting pretty close to home, Mike. I can't tell you how many times I stand in the middle of a room, wondering what I had intended to do when I got there. Since I have to go back to the room where I started to figure it all out, I get a lot of extra exercise. :)