I write to keep me sane. I write so that my words may outlive my life. I write to find redemption

Sunday, December 11, 2005


The only writing I have been doing this month is brainstorming ideas for what to work on next. I don't have much spare time this month so all my writing is on hold for now. I actually enjoyed the NaNoWriMo expercience. It was very freeing to e able to turn off that internal editor. I will strive to continue to do that with my next project.

What I am reading - The Awakening by Kate Chopin

Song Lyrics of the Day
So I confessed my sins to the preacher
About the love I've been prayin' to find
Is there a brown eye'd boy in my future,
"yeah," He says." girl you've got nothin' but time."
But how do you wait for heaven?
And who has that much time?
And how do you keep your feet on the ground?
When you know,
that you were born,
you were born to fly!

sara evans

Friday, December 09, 2005

Not quite

I reached 42,800 words by the end of November. That is certainely the most words I have ever written in a month. And although I was dissappointed not to finish in time I was also glad to get as far as I did. I still plan to finish Jasper's story. But it may have to wait till Jan. when I have more time.
Song of the day
Bells will be ringing
the glad, glad news
Oh what a Christmas
to have the blues
My baby's gone
(my baby's gone)
I have no friends
To wish me greetings
once again
Choirs will be singing
Silent Night
Those Christmas carols
by candlelight
Please come home for Christmas
(please come home)
Please come home for Christmas
(please come home)
If not for Christmas by New Year's night
Bon jovi