Kris Fisher

Kris Fisher


No Parents, Let’s Party!

No Parents, Let’s Party!

We’ve reached a milestone in our household. At least, I think so. We’ve reached the point of being able to leave our kids home alone. Different parents handle this issue different ways. I know some parents who leave their kids as young as 9 and 10 home alone with no problems. However, as an over-protective […]

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Join ‘Em

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Join ‘Em

Football season is over. Well, for me it is. I was raised on southern football and a southern football attitude: I LOVE football… as long as my team is doing well. So that means, even though the biggest game of the college football season is coming up, my football season is over… kinda. The CFP […]

Merry Christmas, Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!

Merry Christmas, Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!

Every holiday season, I get sentimental. I’m a sucker for the commercials and movies featuring large gatherings of families over the perfect holiday dinner spread. Everyone is smiling and laughing, seeming to not have a care in the world. Everyone is happy to see each other, there’s even a surprise visit from a family member […]

What’s Your Favorite Part of Christmas?

What’s Your Favorite Part of Christmas?

It’s a question that I recently posed to my kids. If you’re already saying the probable answer in your head, then you already know that I had to include the stipulation “BESIDES presents.” I asked because of a genuine curiosity. It’s the reason I ask most questions, really. It’s funny when people think I’m being […]

What Christmas Means to Me

What Christmas Means to Me

My procrastination is at peak performance around the holiday season. I always plan to have all Christmas shopping done early. Then I don’t even start until a week before Christmas. And let’s not even get into when those gifts get wrapped! Also, those Christmas cards I want to send friends and family never get sent. […]

The Wonder Years

The Wonder Years

My oldest, No. 2, is turning 13 this weekend. This is a moment that I have dreaded my whole life: I will officially be the father of a teenager. I have dreaded this moment for many reasons. The main reason is, as should be expected from me, the most self-centered, narcissistic one: It’s more evidence […]

We’re Being Watched!

We’re Being Watched!

My youngest son, No. 4, said the most awesome thing to me today: “Daddy, can we go running together soon?” The kid is 6. You don’t hear “Can we go running?” from 6-year-olds. It’s usually “Will you play this-or-that with me?” or “Will you color with me?” or “Can we have ice cream for dinner?” […]

‘Tis the Season to be Phlegmy

‘Tis the Season to be Phlegmy

It’s Friday night. I just finished DJing the anniversary party for the Young Professionals of Augusta. As I’m winding up the power cords for my lights, my phone rings. It’s my mother-in-law who is babysitting or kids. “Kris, I hate to bother you but No. 4 is crying hysterically and saying that he can’t breathe… […]

My Life Without Radio

My Life Without Radio

This Friday (the 14th) marks the one-year anniversary of my last day on the radio. My last day on Augusta radio was exactly one month before that. If you’re one of the few who still don’t know the story of the end of my radio career, I wrote about it in the spring. Check metrospirit.com […]

Rock the Vote!

Rock the Vote!

So this was election week and, as usual, I left the polling booth feeling dirty. I always go into the voting process feeling very optimistic, much like I felt when I first reached the voting age. I felt like I was part of something. We always hear the people encouraging us to vote: “Make a […]