kaige68 (kaige68) wrote in 1_million_words,
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What'cha mean it's already Monday?

So, yeah. *sigh*

I got no words over the weekend, but I did manage to get a little ahead on my knitting. I'm half a hat and a pair of mittens beyond schedule, so that is nice. But I haven't even plotted an outline for my SOJ. Yeah, not feeling exceptionally proud of that.

And there's snow on the ground. Not much here, although I know it's bad in some places, and I do need it to sell some snowplows, but...

Okay, so big plans for this week? I have managed to secure a sequestered day all for myself on Friday to do nothing but SoJ. I'm very excited. No family, no knitting, just ALL THE WORDS!

How are you all doing on your SoJ? On NaNoWriMo? On the myriad of other things you've promised yourself you'd get done?

This is going to be our week!
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