5:00 am: Up and packing Randy's lunch, making coffee, trying to be quiet.
6:00 Quiet time, then coffee time, answering email, etc.
7:00 Writing for as long as I can before homeschooling begins.
9:00 Official homeschool start. Books open and boys fidgety. Violin for 1/2 hour or so.
10:30 Walk rain or shine (it boosts creativity, don't ya know).
11:30 lunch (love to have a personal chef, then remember I am the personal chef).
12:00 Writing again - bliss! Boys doing schoolwork/chores.
4:00 Dad comes home.
5:00 Time to start supper.
7:00 Back to writing, reading, research.
9:00 Bedtime for all.
I know of one writer who homeschools NINE children and writes books! So 2 kids and a tiny house and books are really no problem. Or so I tell myself:) I wouldn't be doing this with any semblance of grace if my boys were still small. That's why I put my writing away for 5 years back then. Writing is expendable. Children are not. Some writer moms might be able to do both well. I could not.
Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see. -John Whitehead
It is easier to build strong children than repair broken men.
Boy, noun: a noise with dirt on it. - Not Your Average Dictionary