MEMORY FIXER UPPER
Think about it! No comment…
Listening closely to commercials occasionally gives me food for thought, but not often.
It seems I need to hear one many times before the substance finally sinks into my thoughts.
Today, this commercial got my undivided attention.
It seems a certain pill “can” help to make old folks, like me, remember things better. It is highly recommended by “pharmacists”. Did you get that? PHARMACISTS.
Of course it is!
No comment was given by the medical society. No comment given by those who may have used it and remembered where they left their glasses. No comment by old friends who suddenly remembered the name of their kindergarten teacher in 1940. No comment was offered by my former neighbor who recommended it to me but couldn’t remember the name on the bottle she kept in her cupboard. ( Actually, she couldn’t remember which cupboard she kept it in either.)
I certainly don’t want to discourage anyone from taking this remarkable antidote (or is it anecdote?) regarding loss of memory brought on by the aging process.
Now, what was I saying?
Mary Anne Whitchurch Tuck