Chris Krycho

Chris Krycho

Monument, Colorado
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Dec 13, 2020

Somehow 2020 is Almost Over

Somehow 2020 is Almost Over

The Krycho family has gotten through this year, though, and in better shape than we might have given 2020. COVID, taekwondo, music and more!

Aug 25, 2018

Life, Right Now

Life, Right Now

Most of life is neither good nor bad right now, exactly. The worst I can say for most of it is that it's low-level-stressful! We're still really happy to be here, grateful for our congregation, glad to be nearer to family, happy to have a house we can use to bless others.

Jan 27, 2018

We’re In!

We’re In!

It's strange: though we have been in Colorado for three full months already – and they have been full indeed – there is a real sense in which we are just starting this new phase of life now.

Dec 26, 2017

A Few Life Updates

A Few Life Updates

Since we moved to Colorado, a few pretty major things have happened. Our house date got bumped. My dad has a brain tumor. And we joined a church!

Sep 15, 2017

Daddy-Daughter Discipleship Time

For the past four years, I've been frequenting a local coffee shop every Friday, because they provide free shots of single origin espresso on Fridays for anyone who asks for one. It's part

Aug 13, 2017

A Kate-ism

A Kate-ism

This morning, as we were all going back and forth being silly (as we so often do), Kate declared to me: Daddy, you're the icing on the monster cupcake! (We have Cookie Monster

Jul 6, 2017

Humidity

Humidity

One of the apparently-small but huge for me things I'm looking forward to in our new home—into which we'll move sometime in early 2018—is lower humidity. Yes, you heard me: lower

Jun 22, 2017

A Regular Work Week?

A Regular Work Week?

Over the past decade, I have spent most of my time at something roughly approximating a breakneck pace. First it was teaching myself web development, then it was doing web development consulting on

Jun 10, 2017

On Decompression

On Decompression

I've been thinking about reading plans and book lists. And about rest. Plans and lists may not sound like rest to you; that's fine: they don't to me, either. I've been eager to