March 4, 1999 |
Roz Kaschik's house in Houston is filled with hundreds of swimming trophies and awards her son, Nick, won as a child. Nick was swimming competitively before he was 10 and on his way to national recognition at 13. But Nick, now 20, doesn't remember any of that swimming, any of those awards. There isn't much he remembers about his life before the age of 8. And the memories between 8 and 13 are vague and sporadic.