100 Days of Happy: Day 4 – Poop!

When you have a cat with as many health concerns as I have, the littlest things can make you happy. (and make you terribly sad, for that matter) I have to keep a close eye on her, because it’s easier to be proactive with some of her issues. So, sometimes, I am very happy when I wake up to see cat poop. I’ll spare you the picture of the actual poop.

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100 Days of Happy: Day 2

And Day 1, since I only decided to blog these instead of using instagram or twitter this morning.

Day 1: Wil suggested I start the challenge over. Clean desk with daisies.

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Day 2: It took me over an hour to take apart, clean thoroughly, and put back together. I’m ashamed to say it had been a couple of summers. Probably the filthiest things I’ve ever cleaned, but now every time I look at it, it makes me happy. You can actually see some shine in it.  Look at all those crevices I had to clean!

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NaNoWriMo Day 2 Update

Just wanted to let you know, that I am on target. I have completed 3,414 words. Which is slightly, barely, above the 1,667 per day needed to finish on time. Wooo-hooo.

I wouldn’t expect daily updates on my blog but since I totally failed to write more than 12 words yesterday, I am feeling pretty good about today’s progress.

If you really want up to the minute NaNo news, follow my twitter @jodiferous. I promise my tweets are dull and tedious unless I retweet someone else’s genius. Yay!

I need suggestions for my NaNoWriMo 2012 playlist.

Hey, so I decided to NaNoWriMo this year, after talking the last few years off. (And losing the last few years before that. Day two and already I am behind. Yay! Stellar start.

My novel, code name: Frogbottom, is an autobiography of sorts that no one, not anyone, will ever get to read. Including you, mom. It’s really more of a way to get my writing back. I miss it. I’m hoping by the end of November, I’ll have 50,000 words of nonsense and my groove. Back.

Please feel free to suggest any type of music you like except for barbershop (this novel isn’t supposed to be a tragedy.)