Many years ago, probably around thirty or forty, I used to relate to friends and family some of the happenings to me when I was very young and when I was growing up, and they seemed amazed that I was able to remember so far back and also in such detail. Now to me it seemed normal, as ... I I’ve always thought that when one has some sort of incident or situation that is profound in its entirety, then it is impressed into the brain. Whether it is something traumatic or joyful, it stamps itself into your memory bank. So as I’ve said, I was always being asked to try and write down my memories of certain times in my childhood and youth, but of course, the biggest drawback was finding the time to be able to do it when you have a family and are engaged in earning a living—which was, of course, the priority—and other things took precedence.