Category Archives: memory

I write therefore I comprehend?

This year, despite a calendar full of Advent activities, the Christmas season seemed to spring up unexpectedly, catching me unprepared. My gift-choosing and –making fell sadly behind schedule and I still haven’t made all the cookies I intended to and … Continue reading

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Having done my previous post on “writing and memory,” I set myself the assignment of writing something appropriate for Memorial Day today. Me being a word-lover by nature, my mind immediately started playing with “memorial” as a word: an object … Continue reading

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Writing and memory

One reason people write is to leave a written record of something, to help make sure that idea or event is not forgotten. Long before computers started using electronic codes to archive information on data media, people wanted to have … Continue reading

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