Is it just that I’m getting older, or that I have too many things on my mind or . . worse? Doctors and friends who have talked to their doctors tell me that not remembering like we used to is fairly normal but the things they describe as “red flags” . . so far I haven’t experienced those or, if I have, I don’t remember! It’s really not funny and I guess most of us get to a certain age that we fear losing or memory and the dreaded “A” disease.
It seems that the things I tell myself I am going to remember . . I’m looking at this . . I’m saying it over and over in my mind so I will remember. And yet, I don’t!
The last time I worked on my Diamondback socks was almost a week ago and I remember planning my stopping spot so it would be easy to find on the pattern. I thought about making myself a note but decided I could remember. Wrong! Last night I had a chance to work on them again and it took me forever to figure out where I had left off.
There are 8 or 10 different “tiers”. Most tiers are on a separate page and in Knit Companion, I leave my row counter on each page where I last worked . . which is most often the end of that tier. It’s so confusing but I finally figured it out.
In KC, I can leave myself a note but instead, I sent myself an email: