This is not the worst November because it was my first NaNoWriMo and I didn’t “win.” On the contrary, NaNo pumped me as a writer. I’m looking forward to finishing my third book in much less than half the time of my previous two.
This has been the worst November because it was parenthesized by the deaths of two beloved grandmothers.
1. My grandmothers were both ready to pass. They died in relative comfort. I’m grateful that neither one is in pain anymore.
2. I’ve proved to myself that it doesn’t have to take a year to write a book. Even one that requires a bunch of research.
3. I had fun posting my blog contest entries and engaging in the comments that were made.
4. I won the blogging contest! And Jessica has been gracious enough to allow me another month to finish my book. I’m looking forward to her critique. 🙂
5. I didn’t get glutened.
6. I got a new computer. 😉
Despite, and in some cases because of, the positives, I’m exhausted. So I’ve decided to take a two-week blogcation. I’d like to focus on family and finishing my book. In that order. 🙂 I hope everyone has fun with their pre-Christmas festivities. See you in two weeks. 😀