finis, #2.

NaNoWriMo is finished … and I barely scraped through. Thank you so much for your encouragement throughout this month. I can’t say that I’m completely happy with the product, but, hey! It’s a first draft. Next month, we’re getting into the holidays and the end of the year (time to get out the Pentatonix Christmas … More finis, #2.

monk mode.

It is November 1st, which means that I’m not only going to be busy with school and knitting, but also with NANOWRIMO!!! WHO’S WITH ME!!! No one? Okay … Aside from a few random updates, I’m going to be laying low (or is that lying low? Sorry, writer’s brain) for a bit. Until the month … More monk mode.

5: balancing.

Eskimimi’s challenge for today is to blog in a different way than you’ve ever done before. So, I wrote up a blog post. I added captions if you cannot read my handwriting. 🙂      

2: beginnings.

This day’s post is supposed to be about the blogger, in this case, me. What do I say about myself? I don’t know. I guess that one of the most obvious aspects in my life at the moment is the thing that this blog is centered around. I really love knitting. The knitting obsession started … More 2: beginnings.

blog week.

Last year, when Eskimimi Makes’ 5th annual Knitting and Crochet Blog week rolled around, I could participate, as it happened before I found out about it. This year, however, I’m going to be doing a post every day in accordance with the topics Eskimimi has chosen for this year. If you would like to participate, … More blog week.

day 1: beginning.

[All names have been changed to protect privacy.] We sit in Chick-fil-a, eating in near silence. The Last Supper. I’m excited, and a little bit sad, and my mouth hurts from the new wire that the orthodontist put in my braces a few minutes before. I’m about to do something that I’ve never done before, … More day 1: beginning.

finis.

When I added in my word count on nanowrimo.org, my first thought was, Man, that’s just way too many words. I haven’t written that many! But then, I realised that I had added everything up correctly, and I am now finished with NaNoWriMo. Yes! When the whole thing finally clicked in my brain, I suddenly … More finis.

almost there.

Less than ten thousand words to go! (Well, if you examine the screenshot above, you’ll see that I have exactly 6,298 words left.) I’m really excited about this. As I’m writing this thing, I can see that it’s easy to compare this writing thing to the main character of my novel. (NOTE: I haven’t really … More almost there.