So there I was with NOTHING to read. Oh, there's an old issue of Coastal Living, from April 2006, sitting on that pile of magazines in the corner. (I got it at a yard sale for FREE!) I think I'll read that. So, I'm paging through it and come to an article about an enclave of cottages to rent on the Maine coast. (Very pretty.)
Then I got to page 147. Hold everything! I turned to Mr. L and said, "I've seen this picture in the last couple of weeks."
He didn't bother to look up from the crossword puzzle.
"In fact, it was in an issue of Romantic Homes Magazine."
Still no reaction from Mr. L.
So I turned to the pile of magazines on the little table between us and sure enough--there it is, the new issue of Romantic Homes and darned if that picture from a 5-year-old-issue of Coastal Living isn't the cover of the current Romantic Homes.
Mr. L says to me, "You do this all the time. Find a picture in one place, and then go show me where you've seen it before."
He's right. I remember beautiful pictures on home interiors--and for some reason, I remember where I've seen them--even if I haven't seen it for a while.
Why couldn't I remember more important stuff like where I left my keys or my hat or my glasses? No, I have to remember pictures in decorating books and magazines.
Has that ever happened to you?