No lapse in memory

A few years ago, while I was driving home from a shopping trip, I suddenly felt very strange. I realized I was lost. I didn’t know who I was, where I was, or where I was going. I was neither thinking nor seeing clearly. Not knowing what else to do, I began driving in and out of driveways, but none looked like mine.

I finally decided to leave the area and go the opposite way to see if I recognized anything familiar. I read the name of a building that I thought I recognized and decided I must be approaching from a different direction. (Later, I realized the building was only about three minutes from my home and that I passed it on a regular basis.)

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