This week on the Wranglers, we're all talking about a day in the life of...us!
I have kinda a dull life, so not sure this is going to excite anyone. But here goes...
I don't think this is news to anyone, but I live on a small farm with a whole lotta animals! Usually, around 8:00, I roll out of bed and make myself coffee before I do anything. I like those mixes that aren't really coffee and not really water...kind of hot candy. But I like them, and I need one before I can get my eyes open.
Checking email and blogs is next. Then the dreaded Facebook. Once the Facebook page opens, it stays open all day. I belong to a group called Horse Trails and Camping Across America. There is little drama there and a lot of beautiful horses and places to ride there. I love it, and if I get stressed, it usually calms me to go over there and dream about all those places I'd like to ride.
Yeah, sometimes even an indie author has a deadline. Self-imposed, of course.
Right now, I'm fighting to finish what will end around 90K. I'm at 45K, so halfway! Yay!
I work on my books anywhere from about 10:30-3:00 in the afternoon.
Right now, I have 10 hungry horses waiting for me, and also 6 dogs, for their breakfast. That takes about an hour in the winter. Breaking ice is not fun, but sometimes I brainstorm while I wait for the tanks to fill.
I usually fit in a walk or water aerobics in the afternoon or early evening and another set of chores, then more writing.
I live the life!