Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million
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Wednesdaily with a cold...

I went to bed last night with a post-nasal drip and woke up at 4 with a sore throat and clogged head. After a half an hour of tossing and turning, I got up and took medicine, working on some artwork while I waited for it to take affect. It worked, and I went back to sleep for a few more hours. I am hoping it remains a MILD cold, because I have FAR too much to do to stop and be sick.

I found a few holes in my novella as I went back and read it, and have been slowly plugging those in - it's at a total of 22,500 words right now, and I think I have one snowball fight to write before this sucker is completely finished. It is the silliest thing I have ever written.

Kickstarter video is done and uploading!

I'd love your input, if you've got the time to take a peek at the project preview. I think it's ready to submit for approval, just getting nerves now. Any thoughts you'd have would be appreciated. The project is here.

One quick Guppy photo from our snow day a few weeks back, because I know there will be screaming otherwise...


She was bringing our snow bunny some cookies.
Tags: guppy, health, kickstarter, photos, writing
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