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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Memory (07/10/08)

TITLE: Memory problems
By beatrice Russo
07/16/08


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Memory.

My memory is not what is used to be. My children keep on telling me that Iím getting old because I donít remember their appointments, school meetings, friends birthdays etcÖ
I donít think Iím getting old itís just that as a mum of 3, I have so much stuff to remember sometimes I canít keep it all in !
My memory use to be excellent. I remember as a child I use to know so many poems, songs, time tables, adverts on television, everything and anything use to just sank in !
As we say at school ( I work in a primary school) at that age children brain is like a sponge, so they can learn lots of different things and remember it all.
I however have decide to work on it and try to do some kind of exercise to make my memory work harder, little things like memorising the shopping list, remembering the names of all my plants and flowers in the garden and as a back up I have also asked Father Christmas for a Nintendo Ds as my present this year !
My memory should be back in shape very soon, and my children will hopefully stop calling me granny!


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Dee Yoder 07/18/08
Oh dear! I can understand your dilemma-I have so much more trouble remembering things than I used to have! Practice makes perfect, they say, so perhaps your plan will get your memory back to top performance!
Marlene Austin07/19/08
Clear, specific humorous details given. Good job. :)