Which memories will you forget? Take this quick quiz now:
You’re 65 years old. You get in your car to drive to your sister’s house in another town for Thanksgiving. The last time she made Thanksgiving dinner was five years ago, and it was your Uncle Ed’s last holiday with the family. He died three months later. His new caregiver, Pat, had brought him to the dinner. That was also the Thanksgiving that your niece announced she was pregnant.
On this trip to your sister’s, while thinking about your last visit, which of the following are you most likely to forget?
To release the parking brake before setting the car in motion
Your uncle’s name
The name of your uncle’s caregiver
The family’s reaction to your niece’s news
The route to your sister’s house
To put the pumpkin pie you promised to bring in the car
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