|I chose this book from the list of recommended titles because I thought it would be a humorous look at a common problem- forgetting things. I was not disappointed. The author starts off with the statement that she has been forgetting things since her thirties, and she has proof since she wrote about it then. She then describes how she runs into folks she knows at gatherings and can't recall their names. What made that particular reflection even funnier was that when I saw the book on the library list under the humor category (not one I would normally choose) I mixed up the name in my head with Norma Bombeck. The author description on the flap cites awards for Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, and Silkwood. That clued me into my error. The author says Google saves us, so that instead of a senior moment it is a Google moment in which one simply uses a search to save the day. Readers will doubtless find connections to other reflections and observations the author makes, but for me the "I remember nothing" chapter which gives the book its name was the funniest.