April1704, I know you don’t like this, but people conflate things in memory all the time. Everybody does it. Human memories don’t work the way that most people think. Your memory is not a movie camera exactly recording events. It’s a big box where many things are thrown together randomly. It’s easily possible for things to get tangled together, and it gets more likely the longer ago that the events happened.
Incidentally, I remember you very well from when I lived in the U.K. back in 1987 through 1990. We were very good friends. In fact, I was madly in love with you. I never got anywhere with you though. I was so convinced that I had a chance with you. You probably thought of me as a stalker.
Or . . . have I got you confused with somebody else? My memory does that to me. I throw together people in my mind and can’t straighten out which events happened to which people. Oh, well, we all do that.