Memory is such a fleeting thing.
Carl can't seem to get anything right, and he too often fails to keep track of what Madeline feels is important. She hasn't had much hope for their forty-six year marriage. What hope could there be, with all the irreconcilable differences in the way they each see things? Maybe Memory Replacement Therapy holds the answer.
"Reconcilable Differences" is a short, speculative fiction, and is also available in the collection: Yet Still Even More Things I Could Get Out of My Mind."
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