“Wait!” She said desperately, “I have forgotten to blog.” She stopped so suddenly that her companion, running behind her, ran into her toppling them both to the ground.
“What was that?” He said. “blog? How could that possibly matter at a time like this? The Russian mob is after us and you want to stop and blog?” He pushed himself up and reached down to help her up.
“My readers are expecting something from me. I need to bring everyone up to date”
“If we don’t get a move on there won’t be anything to report but our obituaries,” he growled.
He flattened himself against the wall and whispered, “Stay back, maybe they won’t see us”
“Cover me,” she said and pulled out her magic device.
“It will just take a minute,” she said as she fumbled in the dark alley.
“That’s what you always say,” he sighed.
It’s NaNoWriMo time again and well, I’m a little preoccupied with some new
friends characters but I didn’t want everyone to think I’ve forgotten about my blog.
October was supposed to be about completing things so I could move on to new stuff in November. I did finally finish my vest:
Yes, it’s a little blury, I think I was running from one thing to another so fast I didn’t wait for the picture to take before I moved on to the next thing.
I also finished several hats for the charity project at my LYS, cast on for one of several Christmas projects and a long term project for me, and started couple of non knitting projects.
I still have a lot of other things dangling that I should have finished by now and I’m hopeful, really hopeful that I can do it all but now that I’ve added 1667 words a day to the mix…