Wednesday 4 September 2013

Insecure Writer's Support Group for September 2013

Anna Nordeman


Thanks to Alex J Cavanaugh for starting Insecure Writer's Support Group.

This is my seventh post for IWSG.

For those who would like to see my list of how-to-write-books, please go here
[If what I write here is difficult to understand, go back to my IWSG for August here.]

For my September edition of IWSG I would first like to thank everyone who stopped to read and comment on my dilemma with suddenly living in a four-room apartment with eleven cats as well as my two school-aged children. Thank you, Lin of Duck and Wheel with String for sharing your understanding of cat-psychology. Thank you to Roland of In the Cross Hairs for your clear thoughts about how to tackle big problems. Thank you Yolanda for your good wishes. Thanks also to M Pax, Huntress, Denise Covey and Tanya Walton of Alotments4you for your kind thoughts.

Having faith in yourself and others is important. Thank you for having faith in me.

I haven't found new homes for the kitties yet, but I'm advertising. 


A small and unexpected windfall enabled me to pay bills and hire a carpenter to install a door to the living room. This seeming simple piece of architecture allows me to hide valuable possessions, such as books, from the claws of six kittens.


I am still knee-deep in problems to solve; but they seem to be solvable problems; not like all of the unsolvable problems we sooner or later face, like broken hearts, incurable illness and death. And I did squeeze out a little story for the WEP-challenge, 'Vacation'! [If you've missed it, you can read it here.]

I am applying for jobs too. I'll let you know if I land one.

Please take care, all of you wonderful, creative people. Sorry, that this post is so thin. It is seven am on Monday, September 2nd, when I am writing this. I probably won't have time to add anything more sparkling than this.

Best wishes,

Yesterday, Tuesday September 3rd, a family came to look at the cats and decided to buy Lill-Kajsa. She moves to her new home on Friday September 13th. Elisabet is sad, but has nine days to get used to the idea and say good-bye. This family is willing to keep in touch with us and let us know how it works out.

Lill-Kajsa and her daughter Elsa

Lill-Kajsa together with her sister Kalle-Mathilda

First Commenter:
Joylene Nowell Butler

Joylene Nowell Butler, author

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