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10:36 AM - 11/25/2018

The topic: What’s that word?

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So, last night we're watching the latest DVD we got from Netflix.

Death Wish 2018, with Bruce Willis. I was making dinner at the same time, the one and only leftover meal from Thanksgiving, so I wasn't following closely. Brian tried to fill me in.

Watching the guys who've broken into the house and have guns pointed at his wife and daughter.

Him: Yeah, those are the guys from earlier, that guy is the car parker guy.

Me: The car parker guy?

Him: Yeah, the guy who moves the cars and parks them.

Me: The valet?

Hiim: YEAH! That's the word.

These just out of reach words get annoying. For example, when I was typing this, I forgot the name of the guy that stars in the movie. I almost googled it. I could see his face. I knew he was in the Die Hard movies. Then it came to me.

I'm thinking maybe this little migraine that started last night isn't helping. Last night before we ate, I got that little jagged rainbow at the periphery of my left eye. Within an hour, the pain hit in my right temple. It's not as bad now, it only hurts when I have that little nasal drip cough, allergies. Benedryl takes care of it. And I sleep.

As long as I don't lose my words, I'll be okay. I hope I never lose "google"....

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