Memoir & Life Stories

Slow Motion Terror

Slow Motion Terror was originally posted August 25, 2018 as a 100 post: https://writingiscommunication.wordpress.com/2018/08/25/slow-motion-terror/ I have added a bit to it and edited it a tiny bit. The Penis Chronicles presents, “Slow Motion Terror” Taking the kids bikes camping became a great way for them to practice and it was also great for longer and… Continue reading Slow Motion Terror

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Small Piece of Balance

“Sometimes running sucks: you’re tired, it’s too early and its cold, you don’t wanna. Still you lace them up and remember why you run.” – Run Pretty Far I run to bring balance into my life. However, finding drive and inspiration as a solo runner can be challenging so naturally some runs come easier than… Continue reading Small Piece of Balance

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Parental Classification

The Penis Chronicles presents “Parental Classification” Is there a point in one’s parenting career where you become easily identified as a parent? What is it that establishes that identification? Age? Clothing? A way of addressing those who we could be a parent too? A face dripping with exhaustion? What is it? It seems that at… Continue reading Parental Classification

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His & Hers: Strikingly Different

  Their hands joined as one. She laid her small delicate fingers overtop of his strong rugged ones. The heat from his skin rose up to warm the coolness that she carried in her own hands and it provided her with comfort. She imaged his sturdy hand enveloping her hand with its capability to encompass… Continue reading His & Hers: Strikingly Different

Memoir & Life Stories

Christmas Grandparent Tradition

Dad and I always celebrated the holidays with his parents. Looking back on it I see that there were a few things that I took for granted like that Christmas fruit cake grandparents love so much. Even now, when fruit cake isn’t something that makes it to the Christmas menu in my house I can… Continue reading Christmas Grandparent Tradition