||[Aug. 25th, 2005|11:05 pm]
He had a photographic memory that was never developed.
I feel bad for all of the undeveloped rolls of film in the world.
How many lost memories?
Yes, but how many of them are...
Look there's grandma waving in front of the washington monument.
And there she is again, still waving. We took two just to be sure.
And here's Grandpa waving in front of the washington monument.
And this is our hotel room.
And this is the restaurant where we went to eat.
Look there's a funny sign we saw on the way.
Oh look, there's that sunset, except I accidentally took it with the flash and totally the wrong kind of film.
And I don't know what this is because it's heinously over/underexposed.
I'm not saying that all of these are bad, but they're only significant to a tiny number of people.
It doesn't matter who they're significant too at all. If they're significant to one person they're important.
Even if they're not, they'd become significant in 250 ears to someone searching the antiques stores for something to connect them to their lost history.