What Was That Sound?

The scales tipping the other direction?

That's right.  25K, and I'm headed to bed.

Also, per Hubbykins, who turns out is a handy little flash drive sneak thief when he wants to be, "It's not as bad as you're making it out to be.  I think you're selling yourself short.  And who does she end up with?  You're not going to pull a stupid Sweet Home Alabama thing are you?  You need to tell me." (yes, I made him watch it, and I will never hear the end of it.)

I'm still not telling, Hubbykins.  Not. Telling.

7 comments:

  1. Yehaw, Friend! Look at your ticker over there! Past the halfway point.

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  2. That actually reminds me that I need to update it. Yesterday and today have been good writing days, flow-wise.

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  3. Karen,

    I must admit when I saw your first post about NaNoWriMo, I had absolutely no idea what you were talking about. And, quite frankly, didn't make an attempt to find out. Just followed along for the fun of it. Well, after see it mentioned on another site, I decided to Google it. WOW! A whole novel in one month. You go! I admire your tenacity and dedication. I'll also start watching your ticker on the side a little more closely!

    Good luck!

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  4. Thanks, Susan! It's definitely been a learning experience.

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  5. 25,000 great job! I hit the wall at 7,000...There is no way I'll make it this year, but I should finish the beg. chapter book I've been working on.

    This is my first time visiting your blog. I love the name. :) I'll be back to check your progress.

    I made my husband watch Mama Mia...big mistake.LOL

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  6. The thing I love about NaNo is that even if you're not an official "winner", you ARE. Those are 7,000 words you might not have written otherwise.

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  7. you are getting there! 25K that is great! In the words of 'Dory' from Finding Nemo, "Just keep swimming, just keep swimming..." :))

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