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Friday, November 11, 2011

NaNoWriMo - Day 11


Before I did anything today, I wanted to say, to all the men and women who have served Canada, to their families who make the daily sacrifice of their sons & daughters, their husbands & wives, thank you.

Thank you, thank you, thank you for all you have done and given up so we are free.

We shall not forget.

6 comments:

  1. Well said Natasha, "We will remember them"

    Over the last two days of the challenge I have written 1497 words bringing my running total to...7433.

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  2. I too would like to thank the women & men in uniform, both past and present for their sacrifices.

    My intention is to do a lot of writing today. I got started early so let's hope I can keep it going.

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  3. Okay, that's enough for today. I managed to squeeze in two breaks. I think my eyeballs are turning into little video screens. I managed to have lunch but it was late as I totally forgot about it.

    Anyway, as of now I'm sitting at:

    **** Day 11 **** +2225 = 18668 ****

    I gotta get a real job, the life of a writer is gonna kill me!

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  4. Yeah, I found it hard to get the writing done today--just met my goal, and it's 9:15 pm...not a late-night writer, but gotta get the job done, right?

    On the bright side, we're almost at the halfway point and we're all still in the game, which I think counts for quite a bit!

    Happy Friday, my friends. May the words flow like water and the chocolates never run out!! :D

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  5. With regards to Remembrance Day, Neil Gaiman posted a good quote from Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.:
    http://neil-gaiman.tumblr.com/post/12660536074/i-will-come-to-a-time-in-my-backwards-trip-when
    I am grateful.

    I reached 19,518 words today. It flowed a bit better, probably because I'm not doing it so phenomenally late.

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  6. That's awesome, Hal! 39% there!!!

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