Day Eight: JoNoWriMo+1.5

I’m happy with today’s words but am a little leery of what’s coming tomorrow since I didn’t leave myself in the best jumping-off position. Maybe the Fairies of Enlightenment will pay me a visit in the nighttime. If you see any fluttering nearby could you please send a few my way?

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14 thoughts on “Day Eight: JoNoWriMo+1.5

  1. fairies of enlightenment
    And if they do come to you could you send them on down to Southern Californina? Good luck, Tracy…and you’re doing it!
    Kerryxx
    PS I don’t even understand that meter reader thing…

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    • Re: fairies of enlightenment
      Believe me, if those fairies appear I’ll snag a few and share the wealth.
      Do you mean you don’t know how to insert a meter in your journal or you’re not sure of its purpose? I like to put one in every day to keep me motivated so I can see my progress.

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      • Re: fairies of enlightenment
        Oh thanks, Tracy…the word count thing is a great help psychologically. It helped me with Jessie’s Mountain even when I tossed out so much and revised and built back up again…Now my heart and head in Alabama 1930s…thanks, thanks! I’ll let you know…

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  2. fairies of enlightenment

    And if they do come to you could you send them on down to Southern Californina? Good luck, Tracy…and you’re doing it!

    Kerryxx

    PS I don’t even understand that meter reader thing…

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  3. Re: fairies of enlightenment

    Believe me, if those fairies appear I’ll snag a few and share the wealth.

    Do you mean you don’t know how to insert a meter in your journal or you’re not sure of its purpose? I like to put one in every day to keep me motivated so I can see my progress.

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  4. Re: fairies of enlightenment

    Oh thanks, Tracy…the word count thing is a great help psychologically. It helped me with Jessie’s Mountain even when I tossed out so much and revised and built back up again…Now my heart and head in Alabama 1930s…thanks, thanks! I’ll let you know…

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