Kris Fisher



Hot Fun In The Summertime

Hot Fun In The Summertime

As summer break is winding down and it’s time to start getting into “back to school” mode, I often look back to the things I wanted to do this summer that didn’t get done. Although this list is mostly comprised of fun things for my kids, this tradition didn’t just come along with the arrival […]

Publicly Shaming My Kids, It’s What I Do

Publicly Shaming My Kids, It’s What I Do

Spectacular embarrassment is my specialty. Ever since elementary school, I was good at embarrassing myself in astounding ways. Sometimes life likes to show me that I haven’t lost my touch. Last week I was provided the opportunity to prove that I haven’t lost my magic. I’m at No. 2’s second football camp for the summer, […]

There is Power in Positivity

There is Power in Positivity

Ah yes, the positivity quote! They can be a little irritating at times. Personally, I love them. A good “What defines us is how well we rise after falling” or “Dare to live your dreams,” I’m a sucker for all of that stuff. I posted one myself recently. To make it worse, it was from […]

A Father’s Day Thought, A Few Weeks Late

A Father’s Day Thought, A Few Weeks Late

I’ve been going back and forth on whether I should write this article or not. On one hand, it’s a family matter and maybe should be kept that way. On the other hand, that’s what my column is all about: life. My life, specifically, and if just one person can identify with me or take […]

I’m a Wimp and My Kid is Too!

I’m a Wimp and My Kid is Too!

It takes a big man to admit this. Or, at least, I like to think it does: I’m a wimp. There. I said it. No, it does not feel better to get it off of my chest. If you’re one of my friends from school, this does not surprise you. I have never been a […]

Stories from Camp

Stories from Camp

I come to you with a report from Matt Ryan Pro Camp… kinda. It was a one-day camp, so it’s really already come and gone, but it sounded better to say I was reporting from camp. By the way, if you have a child in sports, there are a ton of camps like this that […]

Happy 4-0, Bro

Happy 4-0, Bro

So this week is kind of a big week. No. 2 got a coveted spot in Matt Ryan’s Pro Camp. Yes, that Matt Ryan. I don’t know who’s more excited, him or me. Right after that, Nos. 2 and 3 are getting on a plane to visit their grandparents in Montana for two and a […]

Some Things I Learned on Family Vacay

Some Things I Learned on Family Vacay

I took the fam to the gulf coast over the weekend. We were joined by my wife’s cousin and her kids to make a total of eight people: three adults and five kids. We were outnumbered. Surprisingly, not much went wrong. Given my Grizwaldian luck, I was very surprised. No car trouble, no bad weather, […]

See, What Had Happened Was…

See, What Had Happened Was…

I’ve been asked the same question over and over since about the middle of last November. That’s about the time I returned to Augusta from a failed attempt at following a dream and started having to explain to people why I’m not on the radio anymore. Some people don’t listen on a regular enough basis […]

Some Things, I Just Don’t Understand

Some Things, I Just Don’t Understand

Like most people, there are many things in this world that perplex me. Some would say I’m easily perplexed. Anyway, I figured I’d share some. Maybe you can relate. Or maybe there are things that perplex you. Feel free to comment and share yours on metrospirit.com! Single Serving Condiments: How do they get by without […]