I have been working on Purple Leaves, Red Cherries for the last 18 months.
I have been working relentlessly, finding work hours at times I never thought possible, for the last 9 months.
My kids don’t understand what's taking me so long on the computer.
“Haven’t you already finished writing the book?”
“Are you working at home?” (Aren’t you still a full-time at-home mom?)
Today, I gave a presentation at my son’s school about my occupation (my new one!). I talked about how to write and publish a book, in terms that first graders understand.
The class was engaged and eager to learn.
I was delighted to share what I know.
And my son was so proud to have me as his mom.
A happy mom and a happy boy.
That’s a great day!
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