- Part 1: They have to write their perfect day, if money was no object, from the time they get up until the time they go to bed.
- Part 2: They have to write what they think their day would be like if they had a baby while they are in high school.
So that got me thinking: it might be fun to do the something similar myself. The Part 1 would be fairly easily accomplished, I think. But Part 2 would need to be changed up since, you know, I’ve already had two kids so I know exactly what those days are like…but I digress.
Since I am steeped in NaNos right now, I’m thinking my Part 2 could be writing what my day would be like when I finish NaNoWriMo this year, publish my book, and become a bestselling author.
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Karen, this is WONDERFUL! You ARE a writer! I get to say, ” I knew her when…”
Karen, this is WONDERFUL! You ARE a writer! I get to say “I knew her when…”
Lynn, this is high praise coming from a fellow writer! 🙂