Rethinking and Nanowrimo

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Anyone who follows me must know by now that I’m forever seeking the next challenge. As we enter into advent, it’s a time of year for reflection and hope.  In honor of this quest ( #rethinkchurch #rethinkadvent ), we begin with the first word… HOPE. I’ll hope to finish this one but at the same time have the grace to accept days that might slip by without camera in hand.

I’m a bit disappointed that I am not able to complete my National Novel Writing Month challenge this year. There were just too many complications and obligations to find the time to write 1667 words each day. I’m ending Nanowrimo with a word count of 17,654. I’m okay with that. I’m not kicking myself into a deep hole and hiding out just because I didn’t complete something. That’s the way life goes.

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4 responses to “Rethinking and Nanowrimo”

  1. Gwynn says :

    Pat yourself on the back as you did quite a bit of writing. If nothing else, keep working at it for your novel. You worked hard… that counts! I’m applauding!

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  2. Mary Jo Doig says :

    I almost entered for the first time, then a huge project fell into my lap. Congratulations on 17,000+ words! Maybe next year we both run the mile!

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