What did I do today? Dragged a kid and two rabbits to a local 4-H fair. Why? Because we are a 4-H family. Son #2 takes care of and shows rabbits. This time our doe (female) got a very good. That is a red ribbon. The buck (male) won Best Senior Buck. That means he was the one on the table that was closest to the breed standard. He would have won Best Reserve in Breed if he hadn’t been moulting. Moulting is when the old fur comes off and new stuff comes in. His new coat is da bomb! And Best Reserve in Breed is given to a rabbit the opposite sex of who won Best in Breed.
But these things have nothing to do with writing. But it does. Sometimes life is more important than writing. Gasp. I know. We write. We submit. We polish. We submit. We promote. Is that all there is to life?
Nope. My kids are still sort of young. They still need me. Maybe not full time, but a lot of the time since it is summer. So for now some of my writing will be put aside. Because there is fun to be had and free ice cream to be had.
So while you are reading this I’m taking a break from the computer. You will all be here when I get back. (I hope!)
So in my stead, I’m leaving you with a question. This is for those of you who have seen Inception. A large portion of my life was spent in Emergency Medical Services. What glaring error is there in Inception that I would pick up?
Thanks for having me.
Bio for Chris Redding
Chris Redding wanted to be a writer since she was ten years old She belongs to Romance Writers of America and New Jersey Romance Writers. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, two kids, a hound dog, a British cat and a black spotted rat. When she isn’t writing she works a part time job at her local hospital.