It’s my daughters’ fault

Now, I haven’t posted in quite a while. You could say it was my daughter’s fault. I always push them to spend as much time outdoors as they can because it’s healthy and trains their imagination. But two of three are in puberty  at the moment, and they accuse me of forcing them to do something I’m not doing myself. They are right (partially).

I worked a lot this year (new novels and short stories, becoming an Independent Publisher, Webdesign, several publications, marketing plus a course and much more), which meant I spent a lot of time in front of my computer. Incidentally, it’s a desktop PC and cannot be carried outdoors.

The kids have been on holiday for the last two weeks, and I tried to make amends and be a good example for them. One week we went horse riding on a pony farm we have been visiting for the last few years. By now, the kids are capable enough to go riding on their own (with a mobile in their pocket and us walking somewhere close). The days flew past so fast, I barely noticed.

One questions remains: How can it be that my garden is still a mess despite the time I spent outdoors?

How about you? Do you have a garden? Do you like to roam around outdoors like my kids (if they’re not throwing a puberty-related tantrum)? Let me know and enjoy the golden autumn.
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2 thoughts on “It’s my daughters’ fault”

  1. Sally says:

    Glad you enjoyed your time with your daughters – it goes so quickly so you must make the most of it while you can.

    1. Cat says:

      I agree. Sometimes I wish for a remote control for my life where I can slow down and replay the most precious moments. 😉

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