Object Writing Page 3 – Chair

This morning, unlike the day before, features sunlight peaking through trees and leaves and a much happier mood. So happy that I decide to go to the gym for a 30 minute workout. When I get back home, I feel refreshed and full of energy. Before getting too comfortable, I look down at my phone, 9:30. “Plenty of time to get tons of stuff down today.” When I lay back on my rough couch, I spot my son’s orange puffy fox chair that only fits him. It immediately puts me in a time machine when I was two and I had a similar chair. The main difference was that mine was a Lion King chair that could seat two small children. His chair this morning is holding two teddy bears; one small brown teddy bear and a fox the same color scheme as the chair. A good memory that comes to mind is when my wife first bought the chair and KJ was literally flipping shit to sit on in. That sight and reminiscing fills my stomach with newly hatched cocoons, fluttering looking for the nearest exit as if my belly button would be their salvation. You can tell that KJ loves it when his parents buy him stuff.

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Published by Katrellis Lawson Sr.

An Artist/Jack of all Trades, master of none with the willingness to learn more.

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