- NaNoWriMo/NabloPoMoNovember 1st, 2014Put your pencils to paper, it's time to write: NaNo and NaBlo are here!
Category Archives: NaNoWriMo
Well, not really, I’m getting a few things set up that I really should have done over the last few weeks, but I’ve been busy and kind of lazy THEN, so I’m paying for it now. My personal goal is … Continue reading
I’m kind of dead in the water right now. The last week has been busy as all get out. Then, today, when I had planned on closing out some projects, I found myself sick with what my ex-husband aptly called … Continue reading
We’re almost halfway through the month, and what do I have to show for all my efforts? Not nearly enough, I’ll tell you right now. I should be at 25 000 words at least. Not even close *sigh*
Lagging way behind. Last night, I managed 143 words. ONE HUNDRED FORTY-THREE! Is that all? Really? Tsk tsk Jag! That’s no good at all.
Well look at that, I missed the last two days of blogging altogether. How disappointing. On Saturday, I feel into my usual Saturday routine, sleeping msot of the day in preparation of an overnight shift that always turns my world … Continue reading
We’re a little over 1/4 of the way through the NaNos and… I’m still behind. I didn’t write a single word today, choosing to take my day off away from anything difficult. Actually, the truth is I was up all … Continue reading
Yesterday, I lost internet connection. For hours. And hours. Finally, it came back on, at which point the cable went out. I don’t know what the universe is trying to tell me right now, but it can’t be anything good. … Continue reading
Today I’m posting early because I go back to work. Vacation time is over. Even though I didn’t go anywhere, it was absolutely terrific. Nothing urgent to do for 10 whole days…. who can argue with that? This morning I … Continue reading
So for historical purposes I need to say this: today was election day. We re-elected President Obama. My Republican friends are foaming at the mouth. (To said friends, I’m sorry, but your reaction is worse than that of my Democratic … Continue reading