I remember… I liked it because there are so many memories in just a few pages. I felt it was something that we can all relate to and connect with. Maybe we cannot connect or relate to all of them but I know everyone has had at least one similar experience. All of those memories are ordinary and extraordinary at the same time. They are ordinary because they are simple things that a lot of people can relate to or recall something similar happening to them. Yet, they are extraordinary because they are things that stand out to not only the writer, but the reader as well. The things that stand out the most are probably things that are weird and strange, something that was different. For example, I do not remember ever doing homework in elementary school because that was something that we just did everyday. Somehow I remember that one time I did not do my homework and I was really scared that I would get in trouble if the teacher did not believe my excuse. So I think a lot of memories are from things that stand out of our ordinary everyday life.
I also liked how each memory sort of come from each other. One memory leads him to remember the next one. It is like a chain reaction. At the same time, they are also their own memory and they tell their own story. Each sentence can be expanded into much more. They each can be extended to an entire story of more memories just from that one specific sentence.