Life Stories and Beyond

Our Bodies. Our Families. Our Lives. We all have stories we should share. We're more alike than we know.

first

17 comments

Oh, Christmas Flu

By Lisa Batten Kunkleman Just kidding about the cat. He was not hugging the commode but was drinking in this picture and actually, he’s been drinking heavenly toilet water for several years now. However, with our triplets home from college and lots of family around, the two legged critters in our house or some of […]

9 comments

My News Addiction

My News Addiction By Lisa Batten Kunkleman Okay. It’s confession time. I need to explain why my housework is more Oscar than Felix, my fridge contains six-day-old rotisserie chicken carcasses, and supper may be breakfast food again. I need to admit the reason I haven’t published a book isn’t lack of fodder or writer’s block. […]

July 16, 2016
lisakunk

9 comments

What’s in Your Drawers?

  By Lisa Batten Kunkleman “I found five clippers and got stuck twice by the same pushpin while searching for one paperclip in your top desk drawer. I took the change for pain and suffering.”   These are the words my husband texted to me while I vacationed by a lake. He included a photo […]

June 30, 2016
lisakunk

16 comments

The Good Old Days of Tanning

By Lisa Batten Kunkleman Dang, it used to be fun in the sun. Life was simpler when we could tan all day and our only worry was getting a sun burn. Yes, sunburn hurt, but it was usually worth it. There was no mention of skin cancer back then so ignorance was bliss. Our skin […]

June 25, 2016
lisakunk

3 comments

3 Day Quote Challenge: “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” Aristotle

By Lisa Batten Kunkleman Today is the second day of my 3 day quote challenge. And I would like to thank Shahz at surescribbles.wordpress.com for nominating me for the challenge.   “Always forgive your enemies. Nothing annoys them so much.” Oscar Wilde “If the lessons that history teach us anything, it is that nobody learns the lessons […]

May 25, 2016
lisakunk

42 comments

I Just Realized I’m Old

By Lisa Batten Kunkleman “Lisa I just realized I’m old. How did that happen?” Mom says.   I say, “Beats me. You may be up there chronologically but you sure don’t act it. You and Betty White are ‘Da Bomb Diggity’.”   Today is Mom’s birthday. Number eighty-something. Unbelievable. She can’t believe it either. If […]