Friday, February 4, 2011

I just copied my old blog to this one so I would be able to have it under this new title. 
My husband and I are both Temple workers.  My husband's memory is better when he is in the temple.  I am hoping that he will be able to continue working in the temple for several years.


  1. Hi :o)
    I just found your blog and it has scared me :o/
    I was diagnosed with ADD at 19. One of the reasons was because i find it really hard to retain information that i don't use every day. Every year my memory gets a bit worse. It went from forgetting names to forgetting my kids names sometimes. I wake up and don't know where i am for a few seconds. A couple of times i even forget how to drive when i first get in the car. I'm forgetting the words to songs that i've always known the words to [like Bohemian Rhapsody...c'mon!]
    I know my memory is fading and i can't stop it and it scares me :o/
    And i've only just turned 40 :o(

  2. Have you gone to see your Dr about this yet? it could turn out to be a simple fix. at the very worst you'll get a diagnosis like we did. My husband almost lost his job before he was disgnosed, thankfully he had a great boss who told him to go on short term disability and find out what was wrong. He's on long term disability now (1/3 pay decrease but we have survived). I just wish his kids would spend more time with him. They are losing precious time when they could be creating memories.
    Hang in there.

  3. thanks for stopping by my blog today. Finally, someone else in the blogging world that gets this whole memory loss thing!! thank you!!!!