It’s a bit like that game we used to play as children – someone shows you a whole tray of things, just anything – a pencil, a piece of cheese, a cup, a sock – and then they take the tray away and you have to remember as many things as possible. You have to write them down.
So that tray, it’s my whole life, and I'm trying to write down everything that was on it. And right now I can’t remember a single thing. And yes, I remember the game and how to play it. The doctor tells me this sort of thing happens. You remember places and how to do things but nothing about yourself.
So until I find out what my real name is, I’m going to call myself Kim. It seems to fit.
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