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NaNo update

Published November 5, 2012 by ia84

Okay, so it’s day 5.

I’ve reached 7,387 words.

I’m starting to like what I’m writing and feeling like I have a smidgen of an idea of where this story may be going.  I’ve hit a bit of a wall, though.  I’m taking a break and watching Castle (so far there have been at least 3 Firefly references).  Hopefully I’ll jump past my block.

Happiness is…

Published September 23, 2012 by ia84

-Good friends who you can say or do anything in front of and they still love you.

-Cheetos

Castle and Big Bang Theory start this week!

-The Emmy’s have been ridiculously boring, but the Big Bang Theory sketch was pretty entertaining.

-There’s still no snow!

-Having a whiteboard calendar.

-Being able to read.

-Being able to go to college.

-That I’ve been gifted with nearly 28 years of life.

-All the people that are near and dear to me.  I’m not good at telling people how important they are to me, and how much they have impacted my life.

Random Saturday Musings

Published September 15, 2012 by ia84

-Skittles commercials are getting really creepy.

-I’m trying to figure out if something not nice was drawn on my whiteboard.

-I will be so glad when sorority recruitment is over with.

-It’s less than 2 weeks until the new season of Big Bang Theory, Castle, & Bones!

-I got an 88% on my first Spanish test!

-Pistachios are truly the best nut, followed closely by cashews and hazelnuts.

-I’m proud of myself for tying Doctor Who into one of my reading log entries for Beowulf.

-This afternoon I really missed my friends at home.

-I’ve managed to put up a blog post every day since I started this blog in August.  This is a big deal for me because I’m not good at sticking to goals.

-I really want to see Trouble With The Curve. 

-I hate when it gets dark and I think it’s really late and then I realize that there’s still several hours until it gets late.

-I realize that I’m sounding kind of negative tonight.  I don’t mean to, and tomorrow I’ll be back to my normally semi-cheerful self.