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The Memoirist

100-Word Memoir

Let Your Nose Run on a Chairlift

The tale of the tissue

A skier riding up a chairlift with a snow-covered mountain in the background
Image by Mariakray from Pixabay

It was the last run of the day.

The light rain and cold temperatures were making skiing uncomfortable.

My friend and I chatted while boarding the final chairlift, and we were oblivious to the layer of ice on the black vinyl seat.




We publish memoirs, personal essays, and fictional memoir. Creative stories unpacked from the nostalgic hope chests of our lives.

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Jill (Conquering Cognitions)

PsyD, Clinical Psychologist | Writer | Words in Human Parts, Forge, Better Humans | Life Lessons Supported by Science

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