Don't you forget about me!

Courtney Baltzer

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For me, reading is remembering.”

What would you do if at the same time, every night, your memory was gone? All you had to remember the previous day were the little notes you wrote down about it. You could not even remember what you wore, who you were mad at, or what you ate. The hardest part? Keeping that secret from everyone else. But what if, one day you forget to write down notes, you forget to set reminders on your phone? What would you do then?