All my life I’ve escaped into books. The words on the page calling out with the promise of great adventures, mysteries, revealed secrets, heroes, villains and creatures beyond imagination. As I sink into the pages I travel through the world of creativeness into regions unknown. By Shari Marshall – 2019
I remember the first single family home I lived in after my parents split up. It was a fascinating house and it fed my imagination. The main floor was a typical main living area with a dining room and a kitchen off of it. However, off the kitchen was an old door that was always… Continue reading Inhuman Habitation
By Shari Marshall – 2019
The Penis Chronicles presents, “The places they went…” The children climbed on imagining the places they could go. They didn’t see the rust or the space for one. In their eyes there was a vibrant blanket of colour and enough space for them all to travel together and travel they did! They went under… Continue reading The places they went…
Do I love a good ghost story? The walls around me feel oppressive. The old house sits quiet. The sky outside is black and it glows grey when the white cracks of lightening break through it. Today for the first time I feel as if I should have listened because the house truly feels as… Continue reading Paranormal Activity?
Do you encourage your children to believe in mystery and magic? Perhaps you believe in it yourself. I have a great love for doors that open to secret worlds and as such I try to encourage my boy’s imaginations to open up worlds of their own. Whether it’s dragons, fairies, unicorns, Santa or the Easter… Continue reading Imaginative History
The Penis Chronicles presents, “By Way of Explanation.“ The four year old yells, “mom call the man, call the man!” My husband looks askance. The four year old leaves off his “call the man” chant to press his face against the window and yell, “There’s Steve, there’s Steve.” The seven year old leaps from the… Continue reading By Way of Explanation