|My 2 sisters, being silly carving the turkey a few years ago!|
For me, NaNo was about jumping in and getting back into the habit of writing every day. To find a good schedule for me as a full time working mother. I've missed two days all month and have written about 25,000 words so far. That's not too shabby.
I like my WIP, but am seeing that I have skimped on the story. I've been writing fast and leaving out good details, good character development, and good setting description. And I totally left out a minor character that was going to introduce some good conflict later on. Yikes! Yeah, I can go back and fix it all, but I sure wish it wasn't going to be so difficult to do so.
All in all, I am okay with everything. I'm doing Thanksgiving at my house for the first time this week. We are talking just my family. My oldest son and his wife, plus her mother, are coming. Also my second son who lives part time in a neighboring town. I get to do the cooking. I get to be....SHERRINDA IN CHARGE! Squeee...I'm excited.
But that means more work for me and less writing time. But again, that's okay. I tend to be a rule follower and really want to win NaNo, but I'm ignoring the Pharisaical-rule loving-tendency and am just going with the flow. I'm writing every day and that is AWESOME!
Will any of you be writing during the holidays? If so, how are you going to manage it?
Happy Thanksgiving! May you have as much fun with your family as I have with mine! (Pay no attention to my goofy sisters from a couple of Thanksgivings ago in the picture above. They are such fun, even after all these years!)