Well, well! 2012, hey?
So far, so good.
We slept in this morning. When we did eventually rise, Steve made us a wonderful breakfast. After, I did the first run through the accountant’s tax questionnaire, then sat Staring Into Nothing™ and occasionally scribbling notes for the next chapters of Dragon Ship. I make it to be five more Scenes to be written (of which I only need to write four, while Steve writes number five). How many chapters — or words — that will actually work out to, I have no idea.
I have been hitting that daily 1600 word quota (1634, 2034, 2091, for those playing along at home), which is good, because 1600 was based on the book coming in at 100,000 words, and? I think it’s gonna be longer than that.
You’d think I’d have this stuff down by now, wouldn’t you?
This morning, I also did a little web-exploration of Chattanooga, since (asyouknowBob), we’ll be going to Chattanooga in the very near future. I’m happy to report that there are two! carousels in Chattanooga — a new, endangered species carousel at the zoo (which is open all day, every day from 9-6); and a restored 1900s carousel at Coolidge Park — which is also open!
It must be lovely to live in a clement state.
So, anyway, back at the computer now, having enjoyed the marvelous dinner Steve cooked for us, and getting ready to get to work just as soon as I hit ‘publish’.
How’s 2012 shaping up for you?