posted on Feb, 10 2015 @ 06:35 PM
Hi ATS. I need your help here as I seem to be missing a memory that occurred over the past 10 years and it has me bothered over it.
11 years ago my husband and I built our first house from the ground up, so in my mind all house related events are significant to me. Normally I have
a remarkable memory, and have always been commended for my recollection of details.
Anyways, friends of ours were reminiscing of when we first moved into our new house and commented on how they remembered us painting our white kitchen
with a red stripe. I passed it off as nonsense, but later I asked my husband and he seemed shocked that I didn't remember this. I apparently helped
paint this stripe, and while he said that we didn't like it so it was removed after a short while, why can't I remember this? I can recall all
other times we painted anything in our house except this one event. The red paint can is also in our basement, yet it brings up no memory....almost
as if I've never seen it before.
A missing memory of what I consider significance has happened once to me before in the past (couldn't recall my apparent lab partner from university,
yet they knew everything about me-I shook it off to either an admirerer or too many parties as the lab partner I remembered was someone else).
My concern is whether this could this be an early onset to Alzheimer's, or going down the conspiracy route, timeline changes or erased memories?
Any suggestions ATS?