Sometimes we’re told as adults that we can’t do things we did as children. Society insists we must “grow up” and “become responsible”.
Which is fine. Until you try to grow up and/or become responsible.
It’s hard. And there is no manual.
Maybe that’s how I’ll make my living.
How to grow up, be mature, and thrive at adulthood
Lately, I’m not convinced that whoever is perpetuating this message knows what they’re talking about. Why do we have to be this idealized version of an adult?
My favorite adults are the ones who say, you know… I like playing board games. So I will.
Which brings me to my point. People (who are these people, anyway?) say adults can’t make forts.
Well, can’t is the wrong world.
Because I did.
They could say shouldn’t. They are allowed to their opinions.
Here is proof:
How to make a writing fort:
1.) Push two comfortable chairs together.
2.) Drape one fleece blanket over each chair.
3.) Place a final blanket over the section where you’ll be sitting.
4.) The dog is optional.
- Don’t feel restricted by this design. Follow your heart.
- There are no rules to adult fort building.
- Pets are allowed.
- Writing may or may not get done.
- Productivity not guaranteed.
- You don’t have to use Seattle sports team blankets (but this is encouraged).
Sometimes I just want to make a fort in my living room. It’s not hurting anyone. It’s comfortable.
Also, I wanted to let you know that Kissing Her Scrooge, releasing December 5th from Carina press, is up for pre-order with the blurb! If you’re interested in learning more about my pageant president heroine who falls for a grumpy tree farmer who doesn’t celebrate the season, please check it out, HERE. 🙂 I’m excited for this one, all.
Have a great weekend!