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Like I don't have enough to do, right? Oy vey! I'm not Yiddish either, but whatevah.
So I went and signed up for NaNoWriMo. Mm-Hmm. I've GOT to get to work on my book, and this just might be the inspiration/accountability I need. Or, it may officially drive me over the edge. It's a toss-up, really.
I may have to give up something...I don't know what....But I won't have any treatments in the month of November, and the only thing I DO have that is time consuming (other than living my life with MG, raising and homeschooling my son, running my new jewelry business, taking care of the house, cooking, cleaning, being a wife, etc.) is my craft show on November 19.
So yeah. What IS NaNoWriMo other than really hard to say and type? A grassroots organization that helps authors get books written. I've seen other people do it, and I don't know ALL that much about it yet except that you write like a madman (or woman if you must be "PC") for 30 days and do word counts every day and people support you and cheer you on and rah rah rah. So we'll see.
So tell me if this is realistic:
*writing a book
*raising and homeschooling a very active 5 year old
*being a wife and housekeeper/homemaker/heartbreaker...oh, wait, that's Pat Benatar...
*running my own business which involves painstaking labor and lots of it
*blogging as much as possible (at least 5 days a week)
*keeping track of the budget, bills, expenses, etc.
*trying to keep up communication with those I love
*daily quiet time with God
I think I'm I'm up for it.
What's that? Who is bellowing with evil laughter?
It's not me.....I don't think....