Ok, but Jack of all Trades didn't sound right . . .
Last night on the radio, John Tesh, dispenser of wisdom for all ages, said that one of the keys to the prevention of Alzheimer's was actively using your brain to read and learn new ideas and subjects. I have decided that if this is true, I am impervious to Alzheimer's. Here is why.
For your intense viewing pleasure, I would like to share with you the topics I have written about in the last 21 days. The least I wrote was 150 words (a few poems) and the most 8,500 (a book). This is why Tami's head wants to explode sometimes.
How we remember (ironic, eh?)
World history/spread of Islam
Building an anemometer
Medical and non-medical dialogues
Olympic gold medalists
How to find something you lost
Back to school night
Aristotle's ethos, pathos, and logos
Basic bicycle care
The Spanish inquisition
Zion national park
Marketing and Sales
In three weeks.
Now if I could retain it all, I could go on "Jeopardy", win millions, retire and only write about what I wanted to.