Natasha Oakley - British Romance Author

Writer of tug-at-the-heartstrings, feel-good romance for Harlequin Mills & Boon

Saturday, April 19, 2008

A day in my life ...

I have to admit, even by my standards, this is a bit of a stinker.

8.45am Take offsprings one and two three miles to ATC hut. Need to be there by 9.00am.

9.30am Take offsprings three and four two miles to Frontiers Club.

10.30am Take offspring five to football.

12.00pm Pick offspring five up from football.

12.30pm Pick offsprings three and four from Frontiers Club.

1.00pm Pick up offsprings one and two from the hut.

3.30pm Offspring four to the Athletics Stadium.

4.45pm Offspring three to Pizza Hut for a party.

5.15pm Collect offspring four from the Athletics Stadium.

6.00pm Offsprings one and two three miles to nearby village for a pizza/movie party.

8.30pm Pick up offspring three from Pizza Hut.

10.00pm Pick up offsprings one and two from pizza/movie party.

And somewhere in there I need to cook, find the school clothes and write 2000 words.

Oh and, apparently, the laptop is now ready for collection. Must find out what they've done to it before I accept it back into the fold.



  • At 10:34 pm, Blogger Andrew Hannay said…

    To manage all that and write such brilliant books is a miracle, Natasha! And while I'm here, congratulations on your Romantic Times Award! More brilliance!!!

  • At 10:36 pm, Blogger Barb said…

    Woops, that was not Andrew posting, it was me. I forgot to check who was logged in.

  • At 11:08 pm, Blogger david santos said…

    Hi, Natasha!
    Excellent post.
    You are Master.
    Have a nice week.

  • At 4:20 am, Blogger Jenna Bayley-Burke said…

    Isn't it amazing how much scheduling is required to be a SAHM? Seriously, executive assistants have it easier...and they get a lunch break.

  • At 2:44 pm, Blogger Natasha Oakley said…

    The laptop had its motherboard replaced, btw. (Is that one word?) As far as I can make out the motherboard is, in fact, THE computer ...

    So, Toshiba gets the thumbs up for being quick. PC World definitely gets a thumbs down for being rude.


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