Day 10: NaNoWriMo & PiBoIdMo

I could get discouraged if I looked only at how little I have been writing of my word challenge each day this week .  But, in general I am writing more than ever before, so that is where I have to focus  — write something every day and reach the goal.  🙂

For Day 10 (Wednesday) of NaNoWriMo I wrote 645 words.  My characters are leading the story, I’m just writing it out.  Interesting how that is happening.  I’m about 4000 words behind where I should be, though, not counting Thursday when this update will actually be posted.  But I’m not stressing over it, just sayin’.

The ideas were flowing for PiBoIdMo today, though.  I got four ideas, one in particular I really like and which was inspired by Remembrance Day and my dad – a WWII Veteran.

It was a very cool and windy day, not a day that encouraged me to leave my warm house, but tonight I went to the Alzheimer’s support group meeting that is held once a month.  This is the second one I attended for the time of sharing and listening to others facing that dread disease in someone they love.

I am very thankful to the Lord for His strength and encouragement.

Anything you are facing that is relieved by writing?

Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings!  🙂

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4 responses to “Day 10: NaNoWriMo & PiBoIdMo

  1. Congrats on your writing–NanoWriMo is a challenge…

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  2. Writing is therapy isn’t it? We lost our baby that would have been due in May. It does help to write.

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    • Oh Esther, I am sorry you have suffered such a loss – a loss I understand only too well, more than once. The Lord is our comfort at such times in a way no one else can be, even if they’ve been there.
      And yes, writing is therapeutic. Keep sharing your laughs with others, it’s good for both writer and reader. 🙂
      Blessings.

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