Fiorella spent most of yesterday wrestling with chapter seven of Princess Redlander, the follow-up to Kinkaid House aka Honeysuckle Dreams, nee Princess of Bosque Bend, which means that today she's going to have to pick up the house, call the plumber, buy groceries, pay bills, fork mulch, dig up stones, and everything else she didn't do yesterday. How do other writers manage? Especially those with children?
Fio remembers a wonderful storybook she read in the second grade about a female rabbit who aspired to Easter Bunnydom. The way she managed her egg-delivering career was by teaching her twenty children to do all the family chores themselves.
Somehow it never worked that way for Fiorella. And she just had three children.