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Offline Magicman

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Re: Loosing Memory
« Reply #40 on: January 07, 2020, 09:23:13 AM »
I just ran across an older topic on: Memory Loss in Health and Safety
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« Reply #41 on: January 09, 2020, 10:01:01 AM »
I've done some really odd things ,thinking one thing and doing the other .Drove a half mile down the road and realizing my "China clippers " were still in the cup and not in my head for one example .I misplace things on a regular basis but I always have .Forget peoples names,which I also always did .So from that aspect nothing has really changed just continued .

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Re: Loosing Memory
« Reply #42 on: January 14, 2020, 02:17:29 PM »
Memory is a funny thing. I've never been great with names but do remember facts from all over my life back to age 3 and techy information well too. I had a secretary at my old tech school job who was as poorly organized as anyone you'd ever met but she could remember students from 20 years previous.
I was once getting certified to give IQ tests, etc., and with permission I tested co-workers and their kids as they were handy. I did my own kids as well. I can assure you that IMO, IQ and being an organized, useful person or having great memory doesn't always go together.
My wife's gone on her two days a week alzheimers duty with her mom 150 RT miles away and she'll come home with yet another memory story about her Mom who hasn't known her for several years now. Last week she thought her oldest daughter was her cousin. Of course it's routine for them to live in their childhoods. Imagine a 95 year old worrying over having to get ready for school. Or "mommy's not come back from the outhouse", where is she...
We had left over sandwich wraps from eating out for my wife to take for supper but my MIL cannot eat them as she'll tear that type of food apart before ever trying a bite and by then it's become worthless. The other issue is she'll ruin her food with large dumps of milk, papper , salt water, you name it. Has to watched 24/7, they have a camera on her bed like a baby in her home. My MIL is a retired postmaster on a great pension but runs out of in home care money ~ a year from now. The it's the government takes her home & land time, stupid world we live in.
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