I think, however, that it might be because I've started writing again after a short hiatus when I just couldn't seem to write at all. I made my daily 3 000 words for the first time in three days, and I have the next scene all planned out. I should be making it again today. It takes the pressure off some to know that I have the length of a novel, albeit short, already.
Also, I'd like to declare publicly, not for the first or the last time, that I have the best flatmate in the world. Sorry I woke you up. You are awesome.
There really isn't much else to say. I'd best get on with writing then. Have a great day.
Childhood nonsense. "To tell Doldrums," to talk wildly.
- Walter Skeat's Specimens of English Dialects, Westmoreland, 1879
Dildrams, strange tales; especially in the phrase to tell dildrams. Lancashire.
- Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary, 1898-1905
That's so weird. I always thought doldrums was to feel sad or down, as in "You have the doldrums, darling?" Is that later usage or am I completely insane? Someone? Anyone?