Robert Parrish's A+ Parenting
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The weeks turned to months and the months suddenly became two years and Adam never left. On the wall in his office are some photos through the years—a snowy mountain top or two, a hitchhiker with a hand-rolled cigarette between his ringed fingers, a woman smiling with sharks swimming at her waist, the intricately tattooed back of a man holding a camera. That last one is his favorite. The man has his head turned, not to face the camera, but to see the photographer.
There are days when Adam can imagine, just for a moment, that it is him behind that camera. That he is experiencing the extremities of life alongside that man. He can almost taste the clean air, smell the campfire just outside of frame, feel the dirt beneath his fingernails.
This isn’t what Adam had planned. But he’s comfortable. He doesn’t know how to leave.
*Adam Parrish is a photo developer for the Cabeswater travel magazine, and it isn't the life he planned. Suddenly tasked with locating the elusive photographer Ronan Lynch on his personal quest to find a lost king, Adam embarks on a journey that forces him to contend with what it means to feel alive.
She didn't have a name. Or maybe she once did. Either way, it was long forgotten.
A character study of Adam Parrish's mother, who was never given a name. TW.