#WednesdayWisdom: Gloomy

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It’s a gray day, with uneven clouds that may or may not rain. I could check the weather and find out, but why ruin the mystery?

We’re halfway through October already, and it feels like this year is the last of the bathwater circling the drain.

Does anyone still take baths anymore?

Regardless, there it goes, glug glug.

November is looming and I’ve yet to make a decision on NaNoWriMo. I don’t usually commit until the day before. Last year I got a terrible cold, and just couldn’t finish.

So who knows with this year. Challenges are good, but they’re not always the thing you need, and that’s OK too.

Consider that your wisdom for this Wednesday. Have a great day.


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4 thoughts on “#WednesdayWisdom: Gloomy

  1. @breakerofthings

    I’m enjoying #Inktober2019WriterEdition, with the low-key commitment of just 50 words a day. That said, I foolishly decided that those 50 words would contribute to an overall story. Now that we’re half way through, I’m bit stressed about pulling the arc together. Although I do (sort of) know how the story ends. One of these years I’ll do NaNoWriMo – but not this year.

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      • @breakerofthings

        It started out as a drawing challenge – a quick sketch everyday. I think you’d like it, there are some amazingly talented artists on twitter. Someone came up with the idea of doing a Writer Edition. I’m not sure if the 50 word thing is a mandatory part or just one ‘flavour’ but it adds a nice extra level to the challenge. Given that you’ve pretty much missed Inktober, maybe we should do Writevember as a low-key alternative to NaNoWriMo? If we can find someone to do a nice infographic, then we could come up with 15 words each and mix them up randomly.

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