Monday November 24, 2014

I started the day writing my penultimate chapter. Then after I finished my morning routine, I decided I couldn’t wait to find out how it all ends, so I wrote my ultimate chapter for a total of over 7000 words today alone. My first draft is now completed and printed. I need to punch holes in the pages so I can put it in a binder, and then, in a few days or weeks, I’ll begin the editing and find out if what I’ve written has any merit. It will be strange not to be writing tomorrow, but there it is. I did write a book review today as well, and then I was sad to see, when I went outside to get my mail, a dead deer by the side of the road by my front fence. I’ve arranged to have the poor thing removed tomorrow, but it was a sad ending to the day. A friend called to offer her sympathies. I have just a day and a half of tutoring before the holiday break, which I’m very much looking forward to.

a day of writing
eager to see
where the story ends
NaNoWriMo 2014
winner

2 thoughts on “Monday November 24, 2014

  1. Everyday there is life and also the opposite.
    The best that can be done is to wish that deer peace.
    We see a few deer now and then in the suburbs here. Though there is less and less space for them to roam.
    It would be nice if some of the green spaces connected to allow passage.
    I was watching a children’s show where a tunnel, a bridge or both were created so that what ever the animal was it could cross the road safely since it was their primary route.

    Best to you on editing. I suppose I’ll have to do that with some of my continuing stories some day…

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