Wouldn't it be great if you could just push a button on your computer and have a list of all you memories pop up. This ingenious book of lists, which is in essence a catalogue of all your memories, does just that. It's not a diary. it's not a journal. You don't write sentences or paragraphs. You simply make a list. And when you are finished, "the book is truly you." It's your life in lists. It consists of your hopes, dreams, fantasies, best and worst times and funniest moments. It is everything you have wondered, like to remember, need to face, fear, desire, wish, and hope for. We are all a conglomeration of our hopes and dreams, wishes and ears, accomplishments and failures - an amalgam of all the different: 1) experiences we've had, 2) ideas we thought, 3) feelings we felt, and 4) our physical bodies. Outside of one's family and friends, the greatest things in a person's life are his memories. It's sad that people don't take time to enjoy our memories more often and learn from them and appreciate what we have.