Words – 5 Brain fog

Impaired cognitive ability is a feature of ME/CFS. It’s probably why yesterday I struggled to remember what children do with dandelion seed heads. And came up with the wrong answer.

This morning my insomnia and pain-addled brain randomly sparked the correct memory. They are called dandelion clocks, not puffs. The number of puffs it takes blow off the seeds is the time of day. Or so the folklore said.

Sometimes I worry about the mistakes I make and never notice.


2 thoughts on “Words – 5 Brain fog

  1. Ian

    I have often wondered the same, especially about facts we believe to be true and that are not …and we never get to know the truth or recognise our mistake. Then again I think does it really matter as long as it doesn’t harm anyone?


    1. pcpb Post author

      I’m glad it’s not just me! I agree that it doesn’t matter if there’s no harm done, but I sometimes worry about hurting or offending someone because of a mistake I never realise I’ve made.



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