Prevagen for two.
This is why I write lists. There have been many a time when I have mentioned to my wife that we need something at the grocery store the next time either of us go. There have been many a time when neither of us remembered.
What makes you think he was listening.
Fifteen minutes previously, Brutus called Gladys to remind her to call to remind him.
Tell Gladys to walk in every room of the house to see if that would jog her memory. Kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, in that order. If nothing happens, whatever it is, it can wait.
Was she afraid he wouldn’t recognize his own wife’s voice? Why did she have to say who was calling?
Bring home a big bottle of whatchamcallit!
Forgetful likeminded people. Now I see what the attraction to one another was, awww. It gets worse with age. Speaking from experience.
These people don’t know about smartphones? They have calendars, you set events with timed reminders…it’s pretty simple.
“If a tree falls in the woods and no one is around, does it still make a sound?” If two people forget the same thing, was it ever remembered? Who cares?…..
If two people forget the same thing, was it ever remembered? It definitely wasn’t important. Just two people getting old…..
Very logical these days. “I forgot what I forgot.”
Who needs a list. My wife goes up and down each aisle. Scanning like a radar. Hour later, I’m dead asleep in the truck and she comes out with 7 or 8 items. Good Grief!
If you examine this conversation very carefully, you will find that it makes perfectly good sense. At least for this couple that is.
The old saying about not going grocery shopping on an empty stomach is so true. Two items easily becomes a full cart. Actually, Hardware stores can have the same effect. Hmmm. I might need that one day and will have it.
Wow, THIS sounds familiar!
Just recognized that the motto on the coat of arms is HELP!
cola, chocolate, rum… that’s about it for necessities!
May 08, 2015