The Quintessential Housewife - Short Fiction

The Quintessential Housewife - what do you do all day? One woman's plight into the daily comical chaos as a housewife in hopes of achieving that moment of calm at the end of the day along with a sense of worthiness.
Her biggest challenge is to come up with some witty banter to that question she is asked at every gathering - So what have you been up to? More

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Words: 17,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301438952
About CJ Hawk

I am an independently published author that finds scraps of time to write with intentions to escape the perils of a working life while owning a small business with my husband, raising teen boys, two shelter dogs – scratch that we now have four, and a tank full of fish that keep multiplying on their own every time we look for baby fish – free fish anyone? For all of the chaos, testing of mental fortitude, strength and intuition I have endured, I have a lot to be thankful for.

Recent years have put my dedication to writing time on the back burner. There were a few major surgeries within my immediate household, to then have major changes in life in general. As of June 15th or this year, I lost my mother to the final battle of Ovarian Cancer. She was a strong independent woman that I loved deeply but often saw things quite a bit differently, yet only a mother knows, you love your child no matter what and that love will always find a way.

Between our business, teens, my mother’s cancer battle and life, I have found a renewed sense of what makes me content when the tides are trying to drown me… and that is to be creative in any whimsical way that nudges me. I am back to writing full force when time allows, painting, gardening, taking pictures, knitting or my all-time favorite thing that helped me morn my loss, scrapbooking. All of these things are so very therapeutic and to be able to share with others, gives me joy.

I hope you like my books, not perfect as they could be; but life is not perfect and is meant to be enjoyed nonetheless. – CJ Hawk

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