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Week Six: Amanda Kasper

  Write about your most embarrassing moment In looking at this prompt, I have an inkling that the other writers may detail falls down the stairs, or accidents in public; leaving the restroom with toilet paper attached to their shoe or getting home from the grocery store without the one thing they went for in … Continue reading

Week Six: Kathy Benson

Write about your most embarrassing moment When I was a freshman in college I was at an orientation event talking with a small group of other new students. In effort to get to know each other, we were telling each other about our hometowns and why we chose to go to the University of Illinois. … Continue reading

Week Six: Peter Combs

Write about your most embarrassing moment When I was fourteen years old, I lived in a group home for boys. The home consisted of approximately four cottages, in which housed no less than eight and no more than twelve boys per house. Each cottage employed one set of permanent “house parents”, and an alternating set … Continue reading

Week Six: Brian B. Baker

     Write about your most embarrassing moment   When I first thought of this post, I couldn’t come up with anything. I was befuddled. So I did what any married guy does, I asked my wife. She wasn’t any help either. It’s not that I don’t have embarrassing moments, they’re just not that important to … Continue reading