Olivia G. Owens

Who am I? This is a loaded question…

I am a second generation American and a native expatriate. I am underpaid, under-educated and I have a hard time comprehending why a decent paying job has eluded me for so many years.

I am an aspiring writer. I use several pseudonyms because I believe they give me an air of mystery. The more pseudonyms, the bigger the mystery. I have yet to be published, but my hopes are high. I recently received an offer for my work to be published in a reputable publication entitled “Common Mistakes Aspiring Writers Make.” I am very excited.

In my spare time, I raise two boys who are seven- and eight-years-old. They have single handedly contributed to my declining health.  My doctors tell me I may recover when my children move out; even then, it’s questionable. Unfortunately, I was given another sixty years to live, unless I get hit by a bus or run with scissors. Until recently, the doctors have done everything they could to make me more comfortable, and for that, I am grateful.

I have received several awards yet  Mother of the Year has eluded me. This may be the fault of my 8 year old son. When he asked if he could drive my car because he was a big boy, I believed him. Had he stayed within the lines, we never would have been pulled over. Then, Child Protective Services got involved for no apparent reason.

I am, however, a driven individual and I do not give up easily. My son and I have discussed his mistake, and I am confident, this will be my year.

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2 comments on “Olivia G. Owens

  1. smonaghan119 says:

    The theme is very easy to navigate, yet complex enough that it looks sharp. It’s a solid choice. I will take a look at some of your writing on here in the near future, been swamped with new writing clients lately and feeling a bit burnt out 🙂
    Sean

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