Mom does writing just about every day – but only for one hour. After one hour, her brain is fried, so she spends the rest of the day dreaming, talking, and wishing about writing. Also, she does mind-writing, watching and listening for ideas, reading picture books, and generally living her life.
On certain days she sends a story to Rate Your Story,
reads books and drinks coffee at Barnes and Noble,
and sometimes she submits stories to agents or publishers.
There are some things I do just about every day, too. I watch Mom watch TV,
snoopervise the hanging plants out front,
take a walk – or a hike,
and get my teeth brushed.
Also, I do street napping,
therapy dog work at the library
and go to the park.
On certain days, I celebrate,
and sometimes, I get hiccups.