Blog-Break

I am going on a holiday to visit gardens and castles in Kent, England! It will be the first time since my marriage nearly 20 years ago that I’ll be travelling without my husband and kids. I’m scared stiff to say the least.

What if hubby doesn’t manage to handle the kids? After all, they’re both in puberty and very easily annoyed. What if they have to live on muesli and pancakes for the whole week? What if it keeps raining and our house is flooded? What if my dog stops eating because he misses me so much? What if… But probably not.

My mind knows exactly that everything will go well. It’s just this over-active imagination dumping horrors on me. I wonder how people who aren’t authors cope with these things. I can sit down and write a story where all the bad things happen increasing the catastrophes until the world explodes. After that, I can set aside my worries because my emotional side finally understands how unlikely these things are. But what do you do (no, not you, author. The one beside you)? Let me know, please. I’m curious.
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2 thoughts on “Blog-Break”

  1. Sally says:

    Have a great holiday – I live in Kent – there are some wonderful castles here and gardens and zoos and stately homes.

    1. Cat says:

      I’ll be in the area of Maidstone, but it’s an organised tour. We’ll be travelling a lot to see as much as possible. I’m truly looking forward to that.

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