Sunday, I finally started watching Supernatural: I got all 4 seasons for X-mas. Monday, because of snow, no school. So… I finished season 1 with my sister. Let me just say this:
I LOVE DEAN!
Seriously, that smile of his and he’s got great, funny lines. And the arguing with Sam and caring about Sam, his little brother and… *sigh* Sorry if I’m fangirling. Anyway, we started season 2 today and we’ve already seen 3 episodes, even though I only got home after 6.45 pm. (I finished school at 6.) Tomorrow, we’re finishing disc 1 and watching the whole of disc 2; that’s a guarantee.
I reached 10 055 words, like the progress bar on the right shows. However, I’m behind the schedule I gave myself. So I changed it and my goal is to finish this novel by the 8th of April, making it 7 months from start to the end of the 1st draft, which is what happened for Kenna’s Choice. I’m hoping 7 months is magical and will work for this novel too.
I’m busy reading “Wintergirls” and more recently, as in today, “A Clockwork Orange.” I’m infinitely grateful to myself for bringing it to school because it turned out I had no Italian lesson and I didn’t know because of an sms that didn’t get through. So I read that between 8 and 9. I’m not reading as much as I’d like to be…
Last Thursday it snowed and then Friday it had melted enough to go to school, but I wasn’t feeling well to I stayed home, and then Monday there was ice on the roads and because we live in the boonies (kinda) (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=boonies) the roads hadn’t been salted to stop the snow from icing. So… We were stuck at home. (He, stuck. When I say the word “stuck” I make it sound like I wanted to be at school, don’t I? :).)
Anyway, that’s how I watched 1 season of 22 episodes of 40 minutes each in 2 days. Another way I did that: melting my brain. I swear, I kinda needed to go back to school to get my brain functioning again. Writing this blog post and thinking about novel in class helped too.
By the way, there’ll be a kewpie doll for whoever gets the quote in the title. (And a second doll for whoever gets the second quote; and no, I’m not telling you where the second one is. It’s pretty obvious.) (Well, maybe it’s only obvious to fans of the TV show.) (And oh look, there’s a clue right there.)
(I’m gonna stop with the brackets now.)