Lopsided Memory

“I have quite an exceptional Memory, to the point that I’m a walking mnemonic device,” Sheldn told Myrna. 

 

“Where are your car keys, eyeglasses, and phone?” she wanted to know.

 

 

I’ll bet it all started,” she continued, “When your parents forgot to put the ‘O’ into your name.”

 

 

The pointless nitpicking continued for hours.

 

 

“Have it your way, Mrs. Weisenheimer,” he said. 

 

 

“I wouldn’t want to be in your shoes, though,” he warned, “If Meredith Vieira wants to know Chester A. Arthur’s middle name, and  you need a phone~a~friend.”

 

 

Here’s my entry for Girlieontheedge’s Sunday’s Six Sentence Story Word Prompt .

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15 thoughts on “Lopsided Memory

  1. dyannedillon says:

    I can remember every song we sang in the 6th grade Christmas play, but I can’t walk out the door to work in the morning without leaving either my purse, my keys, my phone, my glasses, or my gym bag inside. Oh, and I have a little boy in class named “Haydn” and that missing “e” drives me crazy!

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