Thursday, November 8, 2012

Write All The Words!

At this point, I've made some pretty impressive NaNoWriMo progress. I'm about 1/4 of the way finished with my novel! I'm a little less excited now that I've found out that just anyone who finishes the 50,000 words is classified as a winner. I was hoping they actually read the books and picked good ones. You can totally just win by writing 50,000 words of complete garbage. Hopefully, mine is a little less garbage-y.

I was actually thinking about the ending to my book on my way home from school today, and I got a little misty eyed visualizing it. I'm excited! I think that means maybe other people might get all misty eyed too! So far, I've come to love these characters of mine and want everything to work out well for them. Eventually it will... but there's a little bit of heartbreak in there before the end.

Hubbs' fever finally broke and he appears to be doing well. I spent almost all night last night in a horrible nausea spiral. I woke up feeling ok though and no fever for me! It's weird, but every time Hubbs gets sick, I never seem to catch it even though we sleep in the same bed. I am immune! lol.

My current job is coming to a close, and I have to say I'm kind of glad. I'm really tired and quite frankly, the work is incredibly repetitive and boring. I am seriously hoping that I do get to move to management for the next project, but if not, I'm not sure I'll continue on with this company. We need the money and working part-time just isn't enough.

Lately I've been so ridiculously thirsty. I think yesterday I drank almost a gallon of water over the course of the day. I'm constantly parched. I'm worried that maybe this means my insulin resistance may have turned into the dreaded diabeetus. Can it even do that? I wasn't ever classified as pre-diabetic, so I don't know that this is something that could happen, but I'll sit and worry about it anyway, cause that's what I do.

Also, what the heck do breast lumps feel like? Everyone always talks about them, but I would like a little plastic boob model at the Dr's office that has a little lump in it so you can actually feel it. My boobs just feel weird. There are two little spots, one on each boob, that feel different than the rest of the boob and are a little sore to the touch... maybe it's just something that goes along with post lady time. I'll just keep checking and hope for the best. I found THIS, but i don't generally go around feeling up beans and lemons...

1 comment:

  1. I hope that it is nothing, but that is an amazingly brilliant idea. I have always wondered what it is that I am trying to feel anyway.