Running Away From Home

Can adults run away from home? If they can I’d like too. For a lazy writer like myself it gets rather annoying that I’m too busy to write when I actually want to write. I would have loved to spent my whole day off lounging on the deck with my laptop editing my YA novel and working on several other projects I’ve started but never finished. Instead I was catching up on my Muse It Up Club critiques, building a chicken hutch, cleaning house, and cleaning cages, litterboxes & chicken pens. Once I finished everything I had to do I was too tired to do what I wanted to do.

I’ve come up with a plan to squeeze in some writing time today.
1. I have an hour before I have to get ready for my interview.
2. Eat and write. 1/2 hour
3. Before I have to get ready for work. 2 hours

That will give me about 3.5 hours to write.

I better get moving if I want to make my first time. The clock is already eating away at my hour.

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