If I want to Write a BookWhen I want to write a book
When you want to compose a textbook.....
I' m a house-father with three children. Both elders are now in primary education, and the youngest go to day care three times a week. 3 children are born. There is one day dedicated to domestic work, because three children can cause a great deal of chaos, let me tell you. Lingerie alone is a piece of Sisyphus, even if it is common with my family.
So, I have two working nights a week to work. Even on these paper workdays, I spent many long hrs taking good charge of the children, because I need to get them up and prepared for the work of the night, and I need to be there when the ring. This is my most important task, and it is important enough that I want to devote all my energies and caution.
The letter comes in second place. So what does that mean for my letter? Partially because it's foolish to say that - everyone types differently, and you can make it work in an endless number of ways. In part because it is something my judgment already tells me, and I struggle against it every single of these.
"You' re wasting your chance," says my mind. No. Brains. In the meantime, two of my children want a snack and the third just took a swallow jump off the sofa. Mixing the way I write with full-time education means I have to overcome some obstruction. For example, I didn't write for two month this year.
We' d just left for a new town and the children were at home and I wanted them to enjoy our new place as much as possible to make a tough passage a little bit more easy. It is part of who I am and how I understand the day.
So, I did the work, came back into history, and now, some chapter further, I'm in loving this wonderful country, which I can go to every fortnight. I' m not as much of a character as my children. Well, I think I'd just say don't stop.
I' d also say be a man before I become a novelist. Important as novels and histories are, there are things that are more important, and it is okay to put them first. Actually, typing isn't a game. All you have to do to complete a volume is carry on.
So, shut up now, judgment. I' ve got to be writing a book.