Being an author is like being in charge of your own personal insane asylum.

- Graycie Harmon

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Back to Training

Last night was the first training session I've had in over two months.

I'm SO glad to be back!

I had thought that this session would be absolute hell, being the first and all, but I had plenty of energy throughout, and was feeling pretty strong. I'm paying for it today though. My arms ache fiercely, and it's only going to get worse.

Tuesday is the hardest night of the week as far as work-outs go. I'll be taking it easy at first, I think. The last Tuesday I attended, I worked so hard I made myself ill. It was pretty disgusting.

I dragged another friend to Kick-boxing class. She may hate me now, but I had fun!

I'm looking forward to catching up with friends again. It was lovely to see A.H. and P.B. once more. They are so much fun to be around.

You know, it only took me until my late twenties, but I'm finally surrounded by amazing, wonderful, absolutely lovely people.

More of that, please, universe!

Writing is going well. I made my daily 3 000 yesterday and hope to do the same today. If all goes well, I'll reach my goal by next Monday. And there will be much rejoicing.

Right, must get a start on it.


A term used when speaking of a third person who is not present... It would appear to be the equivalent of 'my lord,' or 'his lordship,' used sarcastically. The word is evidentally derived from the Scottish word knab or nab which was used derisively for a little laird, or any person of dignity.
- Francis Taylor's Folk-Speech of South Lancashire, 1901


Debbie Maxwell Allen said...

You're cranking out the words. If I made 3K today, I'd be doing backflips!


S.M. Carrière said...

I'm lucky I have the time!