by William Mangieri
Memory is such a fleeting thing.
Carl can't get anything straight, and he fails to keep track of what Madeline feels is important. She hasn't had much hope for their forty-six year marriage. What hope could there be, with all the irreconcilable differences in the way they each see things? Memory Replacement Therapy may be the answer.
"Reconcilable Differences" is a short, speculative fiction.