onus [oh-nuh s]
noun, plural onuses.
1. a difficult or disagreeable obligation, task, burden, etc.
2. burden of proof.
3. blame or responsibility.
1. responsibility, weight, duty, load.
Origin: 1630-40; < Latin: load, burden
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.
You know, I start every Monday with the idea that this is going to be the day, the week, the life, that I am going to have it all together! Get everything done on time! Get to work early! Chat with all of you! Read some stuff, catch up on my inbox, write something, and actually get work done. Who knows, maybe even exercise.
That plan was shot to hell before I even got out of bed. But I'm still freaking awesome! And you are all insanely freaking AWESOME! With capslock, and some sauce on top!
So, yeah, 6.3 million words! And the momentum kept up for the weekend challenge, and all the other challenges last week! SO FREAKING AWESOME!!!
Therefore: Here are my plans for keeping up with your awesomeness - I'm going to pick up take out on the way home, grab my dog and the laptop, and park myself out on the patio, tapping in to my sister's internet and filling out Fairy's 7 WIP meme so that I may be inspired to WRITE ALL THE WORDS! ALL THE WORDS!
What are your plans to out awesome me? 'Cause I gotta tell you, it's supposed to be nice here this week, and the boss will be away for a few days. We might be up for a word race...