Sunday, July 1, 2007
NaNoWriMo To Be
Well, I think I've come up with an idea for my November NaNoWriMo. I guess its good to think something up this far in advance, gives me enough time to work things out, plot, create characters and get all the little details together. I still have plenty of time to finish my novella and get to work on my sequel.

What a pleasant day it was today. Temps didn't get much higher than 70, and it was sunny most of the day. We got out for a short walk and I found the place I want to build a house. There's a piece of property right by a lake. There are no houses nearby, its completely undeveloped. I can so see myself sitting outside on a deck overlooking that lake, laptop in front of me. Of course it will never happen. I'm sure the land is really expensive and I can't imagine what it might cost to build a house. Ca-ching.

I can dream, right? Or I can write about it.
posted by Ceri Hebert @ 4:53 PM  
  • At July 2, 2007 at 2:51 AM, Blogger Marianne Arkins said…

    If you can't dream it, you can't do it.

    I remember a saying:

    If you think you can, or you think you can't -- you're right.

    Ain't that the truth?

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