Today I had to activate a new debit card. I was asked my birth date, and the last four digits of my social security number.
My daughter called, she needed to know my address and my ZIP code.
I went to the gym and needed to remember the six numbers to open my combination lock.
I left the house to babysit for the two Crankettes. I had to set the house alarm with a five digit code, and then I needed a four digit code to open the garage door. I needed money for gas so I stopped at the Wawa and used my newly activated debit card to take money out of the ATM. This required a four digit code.
They say to ward off old age memory problems you should exercise your mind every day. Today I had to remember and use eleven different numerical codes. In addition I needed a password to start my laptop, a login code and a password to access my Google account, a login code and password to log on to facebook, a login code and password to log on to twitter, a login code and password for my Optimum e-mail account, a login code and a password for my Yahoo e-mail account, a login code and password to access my banking account and a login code, a password and a “person number” (I KNOW!) to access my health insurance account.