Hibernating

KeyboardI’ll be offline for a few days, hibernating with my laptop. I’ll emerge to report my first week’s NaNoWriMo word count early next week. In the meantime I expect my fellow Wrimos will be busy accumulating their own numbers in my absence and my non-NaNo’ing friends will be pursuing all the wonderful weekend things that will make me envious when I hear about them.

::no, that’s not me complaining, just heaving a longing sigh::

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12 thoughts on “Hibernating

  1. Jody Hedlund says:

    Sounds like fun! I’ll look forward to hearing an update when you emerge!

    • It was fun… while my husband and son worked on some cabin renovation projects I was free to write steadily, stopping only for meals. It’s amazing how the words accumulate when you just keep writing and don’t stop!

  2. But just think, you’ll have a book at the end of the month and they won’t! :0) Have a great weekend!

  3. Shari says:

    Happy hibernating! (I do envy you your trip to that particular cave.) Here’s to an abundance of words!

  4. joylene says:

    I need that kind of discipline. I keep sitting down to write, then find myself reading others’ blogs instead. Not good.

    • I’m not sure I’d call it discipline. It’s much easier to devote large chunks of time to writing when there simply aren’t any distractions (except maybe the view… I did take several pictures as I always do there). There’s no telephone, no TV or internet… just solitude. It’s a perfect place to hibernate — my personal writing retreat. 🙂

  5. Laura Best says:

    Sometimes it helps to take a break from it all. I’ll be anxious to hear your thoughts on this at months end. You are brave…

  6. Dave Ebright says:

    I’ve made it a point not to comment. Don’t wanna distract ya. Hope it’s going well. Okay – That’s it, leaving now.

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