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

- Graycie Harmon

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Getting Back In

So, I'm headed back to training tonight. Before all of you freak out and decide to lecture me about resting my back etc., do note that I'm only going for Tai Chi. One hour only, twice a week. If it goes well, I'll increase the time. For now, however, it'll just be two hours a week.

I have permission from my physiotherapist.

And that constitutes the entirety of my exciting news.

I'm editing for a doctoral candidate. Which is a laugh, since I've gotten no further than a Bachelor of Arts. The topic is fascinating, actually, so I'm really enjoying it. I'm still on target for NaNoWriMo. Actually, I managed 4 000 words yesterday. Go me! I have to get writing on that, actually. If the computer would just start working properly, I might actually reach my target today.

Until tomorrow, then!


To marry. This word is not quite obsolete. Wive and thrive is a common solloquialism. "Her, whom the first man did wive."
- Charles Mackay's Lost Beauties of the English Language, 1874


Debbie Maxwell Allen said...

Sounds like you recovered from your sleepiness! All that writing, and tai chi, too!

So glad the editing you're doing is interesting. It's awful when it's dull.


S.M. Carrière said...

I'm still sleepy... but decided to be productive about it!

I've not edited anything dull... yet! I can imagine it would be horrendously numbing, though a little easier to concentrate on the errors rather than being sucked in by the content.