I can hear you, all the way from my little town drizzled with the first winter snow:
« Stop with the suspense, mama writer, we can’t take it no longer!«
Since you insist, let’s cut to the chase right away, even if it goes against every storytelling rule I’m aware of!
Drumrolls Drumrolls Drumrolls.
Indeed, dear fellow writers, the day came.
Our family adopted a little chocolate Labrador. An adorable little furry ball, bright and joyful as can be.
A new writing routine is taking place. Yet again.
The whole thing, exciting but quite mundane after all, triggered a retrospective state.
There were difficult and rather sad months, with a few happy moments in between.
Funny enough, getting a puppy is not one of those fun moments for me, since I’m on the evening, night, and early morning shifts.
And like it is said above: a puppy does NOT help increase the word count.
If I want to accomplish any writing… or take an online writing or literature class…
… well, I’ll have to work harder, sleep less I’m afraid and patiently wait for the puppy to grow up and sleep through the night like the other two upstairs, snoring as the sunlight rises on the first snowfall of the season.
The writing adventures go on.