Welcome to this week’s Romance Writer’s Weekly Blog Hop. If you’ve arrived from S.C. Mitchell’s blog, hi, and thanks for joining me!
This week we’re talking about giving things up. If we had to give up something, what would it be, and how would we handle it?
You only have to follow me on Instagram or Twitter to know how much I love a glass of wine (or two!) When my children were younger, and after they were in bed, pouring a small glass of white would be my signal that my working day was over and I could put my feet up and relax for a moment — at least until it was time to make their school lunches, tidy the kitchen, and get everything ready for the next day.
Nowadays my children go to bed after I do. I still love a glass of wine, though, especially on a Friday night. And if that glass somehow expands into bottle (between the two of us, because I’m not that bad…) then so be it. It’s my favourite indulgence, and it tastes blooming good, plus it’s the perfect accompaniment to some good company (thanks Mr. Elks) and a good movie or TV programme.
So if I had to give up something, then wine would be it. And I know I’d find it hard. In fact, only last night Mr. E and I were talking about giving wine up for October. A whole month without wine? How would we last?
And then we remembered that we’re going out for dinner on October 7th. Plus we’re going away for a few nights on October 22nd. Neither of these things can happen without a glass or two of the best stuff. So in actuality, we’re giving up wine from 8th to the 21st October. We can’t even manage 3 weeks.
Because we are bad.
There you have it. If I had to give up something it would be wine. Except I can’t give it up because I like it too much and it makes me happy. Which, if you think about it, isn’t too much to ask for, is it?
Now let’s hop over to Brenda Margriet’s blog to find out what she’s planning on giving up! While you’re there take a look at her fabulous book, When Time Falls Still.
Until next time,
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