By Logan Fisher. I was in the dark most of the time when it came to my son.
I will admit that from the moment the two of you met, way back in kindergarten, I warned my son about you. I told him that you were bad news. But he didn't listen, and you and he bonded over illicit illegal activities and your broken homes.
Fear seized me. “I can’t do it,” I said to the air, to the universe, to the ethers. “I won’t do it.”
By Logan Fisher. Although it wasn’t important to his step-father or me, our son had readily pressured himself to be the best at all athletics.