Most of this was on the.happy.snaps in some form or another, but not all of it.
February 8 – Sometimes the soft pink is in the edit.😉 Yesterday was Shaun’s birthday and we had a lovely evening.
February 1 – balancing act – I woke up with a cold. I’m doing hourly comic day today. I took a break from daily photo projects because the balancing act was stressing me out, but I thought I might do #cy365 every other month, depending on how I handle it this month. ❤️
I’m going to be sharing a lot more publicly over on Patreon this year, so pop over and give me a follow if you want to!
More here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/16328754
So, uh, I wrote 6,197 words yesterday and two of them were “The End.”
Backing up a moment, I also wrote on the 22nd, 25 and 26th. I sometimes look at this spreadsheet and think: Golly, if I wrote like this straight through, I could finish in 21 days! But you gotta take days off, or I do, anyway.
I haven’t experienced a November without NaNoWriMo since I was 16 years old. I wonder what they’re like? I’m open to maybe… MAYBE taking next year off. I’ve never even been open to that before. November is a great month and sometimes I feel like it happens without me.
We’ll see how I feel next year!
50042 / 50000 words. 100% done!
Halfway there! I struggled to get started and I only wrote 1041 words yesterday, but I did pass 25k so I’m still on track!
I haven’t done the laundry once this month. NaNoWriMo traditions! I really need to do it, though. :\
The last sentence I wrote:
Alida placed hers on the vanity table.
25133 / 50000 words. 50% done!
Once again, I really didn’t want to write, but then I did and I got 2,399 words. They were super full of typos, though, the most red-squiggly-lined writing sessions of the month.
Here are my favorite typos of the day: responisibilties, wildnerness, conincidence. They’re especially great if you say them aloud. The great thing about the coincidence typo is that I made it MULTIPLE TIMES.
When Shaun got home we walked to our polling location and voted and got to come home at sunset, which was very satisfying.
The last sentence I wrote:
One of old Mr. Thwaite’s dear friends shot the creature.
24092 / 50000 words. 48% done!
I didn’t write on the fifth. I dismantled Halloween outside and took care of a few more household chores. We watched lots of TV and went for a lovely autumnal walk and it was a pretty relaxing day.
I wanted to write straight away on Monday, but I had lots of little photo chores to do. If I didn’t want to spend the time making my triplicate backups of video, I needed to do some quick editing and uploads.* But you know, quick video editing is a time suck. Then I had photos to edit and Patreon posts to make and it took a couple of hours so I didn’t get started writing until almost 10am.
I did some sprints on twitter with @nanowordsprints and got 2929 words written. Before noon! I actually thought I might write more but I moved on to bullet journal upkeep and logged the words in pen so *shrug*.
Here’s the last sentence I wrote, it’s a rough one:
He looked over at Philomena with a sparkle of boyish laughter in his brown eyes.
8620 / 50000 words. 17% done!
*Most of my videos are Patreon only. They’re just little slice of life bits of video I shoot for myself. You can see them. and more of my NaNoWriMo, at the $1 level on my Patreon.