I hate my #NaNoWriMo so far. I hate my flat MC, I hate all her relationships, I hate how boring the whole thing is, and I hate that I don't know how to move events along plausibly. The only thing I don't hate is the name of her cat, Killian.
Given that Adalind has spent most of her life as a Hexenbiest, I'm continually surprised by how grossed out she is by the things she's having to do as part of getting her Hexenbiest essence back. Given that Hexenbiests look like rotting flesh in the first place, I have no idea why she's grossing out so easily.
I'm going to keep doing my #NaNoWriMo on relevant posts so if you want to ignore them they'll be obvious. Right now I'm kind of freaking out. I think I want to do the sleep time-traveling thing, but I've had like 6 other ideas too. Now NaNo wants me to pick a title. >.<
At the parents house (dog sitting, again!). They got 4 trick-or-treaters, one group. They only had a small bag of Reese's cups and those are gone. CVS looked pretty empty. Thank goodness for Dove Promises or I'd be chocolateless at Halloween!
I've been patient with Juliet when others haven't been but she was annoying the hell out of me most of the episode. The only time I liked her was when she used the vet experience to help Rosalie make a gas treatment.
This week Josh & I will be trying to get to the bottom of why Josiah suddenly doesn't want to go to school anymore :o/ Last week we spoke to his teacher and thought we might have it sorted, but no dice.
I've been trying to toss around ideas for #NaNoWriMo because I'm more successful when I prepare. I've been thinking about "write what you know" but this time of year I know sinus pain and sleep. Not sure I can hit the word count with a book about sleeping.
Wifey doesn't want the Kansas City Chiefs to make it to the Super Bowl. Her reasoning? Their uniforms are hideous. " If they're going to walk around with all that red and yellow on the least they could do is spruce it up with some sparkly gold helmets or something."
Watching the finale of What Not To Wear. Even I am shocked by how much the philosophy of that show has meant to me. There've been years and years where I haven't watched it. But it changed the way I think about dressing well. Now, if only I had that $5,000...