May 21, 2020
Memory is the buzz word on The Bittersweet Life this week! Monday's episode was all about autobiographical memory, and on this mini-episode, Katy's dad Dale stops by to talk about the challenges and rewards of memorizing a speech of prose as opposed to rhyming rhythmic poetry.
He also explains why he chooses to memorize things and what it means to want to have the words in him. He explains how, even after years of not revisiting a poem or speech he's memorized, parts of it never leave him, and continue to reinforce who he is.
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