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Crazy woman!  That’s what she is.  Just ask her son.  She’s already working full time, farming full time, and has enough hobbies to keep her busy twenty-four/seven. What’s she do?  She signs up for NaNoWriMo.  The research, the writing, the reverie!  Then the public humiliation of only getting to fifty-five words.  See you in December.

I don’t know what I was thinking when I signed up for this.  We’ll see how it goes, but I might not be blogging and writing poetry near as much in the next month.  Fifty-thousand words in one month is a lot.  I’m pretty sure I won’t be over-achieving and make it to 55,000!

Be sure to write a 55 for G-man and go tell him about it!

18 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo

  1. wow..you do have a lot on your hands…great 55 and do not let wrting stressed you out. You are suppose to write with joy. All the very best. Mine is here
    Have you a TRULY BLESSED WEEK!!!

  2. Good luck! I write every day too- but would not want the pressure of how much and topic!
    I have a novel I never edited because it was pre-computer- Enjoy!

  3. haha only 55 words….smiles…well that can be quite an accomplishment…on fridays…smiles…i wish you the best if you are doing it…it makes for a brutal month….

    • It is a work in progress until the end. It pretty much makes me disappear from the writing world here, but it’s because I’m actually writing more!

  4. Ha!!
    Now you know why I only do this on Friday.
    It takes up TWO days.
    Loved your writing lament 55
    You can do it!!
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

  5. Can I just say I admire you very much? Between the full time job, the farm, the soap making and all, and keeping up with all the blogs…I wish I had half your get up and go!

    • I always write every day. The thing that killed me on Haiku Heights was the time to read everyone else’s and comment. That’s horrible, I know.

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