Amy Grant is still trying to collect her thoughts.
Last summer, the six-time Grammy winner was injured after crashing on her bicycle in Nashville. Since then, she's had memory issues and even needs help remembering her song lyrics.
"My memory is still coming back, and the stamina, they say 12-18 months after an injury like that," she told E! News in a story published on Jan. 17. "Six months in, so I feel really good! I anticipate just getting better."
Back in August, the "Baby Baby" singer was thrown from her bike after hitting a pothole. She was briefly hospitalized with a concussion. Although the accident kept her sidelined for months, Amy returned to the stage in November. Still, she needed the help of a teleprompter to recall lyrics of her songs.
As she continues to heal, the gospel singer isn't shying away from her memory lapses.
"Honestly, I can't remember what I don't remember," she said. "So, I was at dinner the other night with a high school friend. We used to spend the night at each other's houses. I said, 'I'm embarrassed to ask you, are you and your husband still together?' She said that Douglas died seven years ago, and it was like I had just heard it for the first time!"
An eternal optimist, Amy is also finding the good in her memory shortages.
"The brain is all about reconnecting all those things," she said. "But it's also been a bit of a blessing. Like, I saw someone at the airport, and they said, 'Hey, it's good to see you!' I said, 'Call me crazy. You're going to have to tell me your name!' It was someone I knew. Everyone would like this excuse! Everyone should do this. It makes life easier to just say the truth of what is."