Sometimes when I need to get away from the hustle and bustle of my everyday life. Away from my kids and my husband and my responsibilities. When that happens, I call the maid service and arrange for my family to be taken care of for a week.  Then I hop on my private jet to my private island and settle in for seven glorious days full of nothing but time for myself.

To those writers who whip out ten books a year, this is how I imagine they get it done.

I cannot seem to get it done. Life gets in the way, that’s just the way it is. I care too much about my life to put everything on the back burner so that I can write. Does that make me a bad writer?  Maybe. Who cares, I’d rather be a bad writer than a bad mother. I have no regrets, just fantasies J

Life is a lot less complicated now that the kids are back in school and I have more of a ruitine going. I’ll go back to my 1,000 words a day. I have no idea what I will write about yet. Hopefully Eileen is still speaking to me.

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One comment on “Life
  1. BFF says:

    Eileen isn’t speaking to me any more! LOL!!!

    Next time you fire up the jet, swing by here and pick me up too.

    Is the red head talking? I like him…

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