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#892986 added September 26, 2016 at 2:53pm
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Cryptomnesia
Prompt: Cryptomnesia. Certain type of a memory that is mistaken for imagination. Joy asks if we have wrote from our memory thinking it was our imagination?

No. I know my memories and I know when I am writing from my imagination. I will use memory passages when writing in my Blog or Nonfiction. I was on a breathing tube for six days after an extensive surgery and I couldn't remember certain things after surgery like my mother being there at the hospital with my son but I did remember this driving down the road 2 months later. All I remember is drinking some awful grape juice with medicine in it for an x-ray and the Doctor did my surgery right after. I remembered after I woke up and I yelled for the Nurses asking what Princess Kate had a week later. The one Nurse asked where I had been. I said: On a breathing tube and sleeping!" She apologized and they told me Kate had a boy. I am in control of my memory. I was Sleeping Beauty for 6 days. I never went to Wonderland. I was on morphine and saw Captain Kirk. He was friendly. I felt like I was in an alien space ship. I NEVER WENT TO DO MORPHINE AGAIN!

As for writing, I will start my day and it is like I dreamed this and I asked what all happened in the dream. I never get any answers. Talk about weird.

I write from my imagination. I am glad I have one. Like I said memories I use for Nonfiction Writing.

Another image of Prince.

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