Liz's Looming Lunacy

An author trying to find her place in the world.

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At 4:30 in the morning you expect me t oremember posting my NaNo count? LOL.

2705 2004-11-01
2573 2004-11-02 5278 Words

Running tally. *grin*

I'm hungry. I'll go eat something and then go turn on my own computer and start today's quota for National Novle Writing Month.


Blogger Liz said...

One of the more interesting things about the writing yesterday was coming u pwith an unexpected plto device. It's a minor one, but it will be useful later. The whole thing does seem a bit silly to me but I can always ask someone to read it over for me later, psot-NaNoWriMo.

The important thing is to write now and ask questions later.

4:45 AM  
Blogger Liz said...

I need to go and make a pot of coffee. I'm gonig to need it, today.....

Terror has night terrors so she wakes me up at 2 aM to sit with her until she sleeps so thre fore I don't sleep. Fun. I really should go turn on the newsand see by how much of a margin Bush won (unless the results somehow got turned arond last night after I went to bed). It's kind of hard to feel enthusiastic about a presidency when you wonder jsut how much good the oval office really does in running this country. Jst dispiriting, that's all. Nobody lsitens to anybody, particularly not the voters.

4:51 AM  
Blogger Liz said...

04 November 2004:

Well, I haven't done any writing yet today. Don't worry, I will, but there are a few things that I need to take care of first.

Computers are very much like cats. Sometimes they hiss and scractch you (data loss et cetera), sometimes they ignore you (blue screen of death, white screen of death, frozen screen computer meltdown or iother malfunction). Sometimes they stretch and purr and let you get on with your business.

12:43 PM  

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