I've never been one to sit still.
As a kid I was perpetually twirling. Spinning. Fidgeting. Scrunching my nose.
Driving my mom and Ammah crazy.
Things haven't really changed.
For Matt, a perfect day off is when he does nothing.
For me, a perfect day off is when I cross off everything on my list.
I like having a full plate, and with the launch of The Ruffled Owl, my own BHAG (big hairy audacious goal) of running a half marathon in January, and--oh yeah--working full time, I'm also signing myself up again for the yearly NaNoWriMo.
Its short for National Novel Writing Month...which is November.
The goal is to write 50,000 words in 30 days.
Please stop laughing.
The first time I signed up for it was the month I got married.
Told you I like to keep busy.
I've attempted it twice before and actually churned out some pretty good stuff before I fizzled out halfway through and fell hopelessly behind. Now I'm debating do I want to pick up one of those stories and write another 50K words on it? I'm not sure yet but I'm running out of time so I'll have to make a decision soon. Actually, that's what novel writing is. Making a lot of decisions and putting them down on paper.
So wish me luck. Then more luck. Add a third cuz that's what I'll need as I plunge into this crazy insane season of sewing and crafting and holidays and writing and running and stretching and traveling and cooking and all that good stuff.
Anyone else interested in joining the craziness?