Now remember before I decided to even try writing, I was just a normal girl. That enjoyed the simple things in life! Is it even possible to fall in and out of love with your characters, to hate some of them? When I created these characters I didn’t realize that I would become attached to them. I didn’t know I would get mad at them. I couldn’t comprehend why I was screaming at my monitor at them. Ok, the last one didn’t happen! But I sure thought about it! Who would have thought I would be going on this very emotional rollercoaster with them. That is clearly not what I signed up for! I am just trying to write a book. When they were happy or sad so was I! My husband could not think it was normal to watch me at the computer laughing and blushing like a little school girl. Or how about when he called me one day when I was in the middle of writing a chapter and I was crying my eyes out! It went something like this. “Hello!” sniff sniff “Baby, is everything ok? What is wrong, what happened?” I am sure my husband thought someone had died, or maybe I fell down and hurt myself. At this point something is wrong with his wife and he is worried! “It’s this damn book it’s so overwhelming, I am just sad ok?” I said still crying and a little bit irritated. So put yourself in my poor husband’s shoes for a moment, how is he supposed to comfort his wife that is 2 steps away from falling off the cliff of CRAZY!! Option 1-Send flowers Option 2-Buy me some chocolates, because chocolates make everything better Option 3- Or say, “Hey baby, I am about to walk into a meeting can I give you a call back?” Like a smart man he chose option 3 and let me have my little melt down. I am sure he was hoping by the time he got home I would have finished that chapter, then I would cook dinner and not force the poor man to eat left overs again. Now before everyone starts having a Pity Party for him, he did benefit from the exciting chapters I wrote, if you know what I mean. I am pretty sure the good outweighs the bad. I am sure this behavior is normal and I don’t need to be committed. Or is it?