An Excerpt a Day – Day 7

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

November 7, 2017

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Categories: The Balancing Act

I did not write in the morning, as preferred. So, I only cranked out 1,053 words today – about two scenes. The new total is 16,181. Here’s an excerpt.

“Occasionally they talked about “doing something”. Something that brought all their skills, dreams, and desires together. Something, that maybe, brought them extra cash, outside of their husband’s paychecks. Each woman had a different relationship with money and her respective husband. Sometimes it was really healthy, and they shared and planned together. Sometimes, it was the exact opposite where each spouse hadn’t dealt with their own trust issues and relationships with money and it usually resulted in each spending not according to any perceived plan.”

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