So far I've typed 2700ish words, which isn't bad. I'm stumble-tripping my way through the story and finding it very awkward - as I always do. I'm using my laptop which is minute and I have to pump up the text 150% to read it or I'll get a headache. Speaking of which where have I put my glasses?
I can't get logged into the nanowrimo website which means it's being inundated by writers far more dedicated and productive then me, or they may all be anxiety cases, like myself. I still find typing out a story less involving than long hand. if I make a spelling error longhand I don't care so much but typed with the red line of aggression under it and I must must must fix it right there and can't just leave it for editing days. I try, I really do but it's unbearable to leave it.
So my story is about four freinds, all fifteen and how they deal with thier boycrazy pal whose new relationship threatens to break the foursome that they all love so much.
Currently taking a break to watch the pre-show before the last rsce of the F1 season starts in half an hour. Shorty just said to me "I hope Wewis Hamilton wins." and I'm surprised she knows his name and that he's a driver, I never knew she paid any attention on race day. Quite a sharp wee kid, really. I hope he wins to.
Going to watch the race now. Thanks David Coultard for so many years of great driving and I hope you find peace and excitement in your retirement, you lucky bastard.