She was a manager, chef, chief adviser, secretary & organizer to three, graceful hostess, party planner and much more.
Yet when asked what she did for a living, all she could say was, “I don’t have one”.
I dedicate this post to all stay-at-home parents, most importantly to my mother.
I believe they are the most underappreciated and dedicated hard workers for they have put their dreams on hold for the sake of others.
Here are the links to my other #AtoZChallenge tiny tales. Click on any letter to read the corresponding tiny tale.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q RS T U V W X Y Z
What are your thoughts, dear readers?
I have decided to join my fellow bloggers Sue and Melanie in displaying “a list of all the fiction-based A to Zs on all of our blogs, and thus engage in the ancient art of Online Cross-Promotion.” (in Melanie’s own words)
So if you yourself happen to be an A-to-Zer, who’s writing any form of fiction for this challenge, please leave a comment and let me know. I’ll definitely include your blog in my next AtoZ post. You are, of course, welcome to join us in this effort to promote fellow A-to-Zers who are also writing fiction! 🙂
Here’s my list of fiction-based A to Z blogs:
I have added the links to their very first AtoZ post. Do visit and read 🙂
Sue’s blog where she writes interesting tales about Elliot the snail’s adventures.
Marquessa’s blog where writes a fictional short story series about her character Kate’s adventures in Hawaii.
Melanie’s blog where she writes short, entertaining series of tales inspired by illustrations from The Strand Magazine.
Keith’s blog where he writes delightful tales about the fictitious village of Amble Bay.
Shailaja’s blog where she writes micro fiction inspired by oxymorons.
Sorchia’s blog where she writes a serial story—a Gothic fantasy featuring vengeful witches, disappearing castles, betrayal, and romance.
Click here to read all my tiny tales.
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