Monday, October 31, 2011

Up and Running. Finally!

Well, as you can see it took the full three weeks to get me connected again.  It was a bizarre three weeks.  I never completely stopped feeling like I lost a limb.  It's amazing how dependent I am on the internet.

It's also, however, been a productive three weeks.  I've made quite a bit of progress on my new project.  It's coming fast and messy and I have to soothe my type A by telling myself it's okay not to edit as I write, that that's how a first draft is supposed to be.  A month in and I'm still excited about the project and my ideas are a-flowing.  I gotta say it feels good.  This is the easiest writing I've done in ages.

Also I entered Seeds (remember that manuscript?  If you do, good for you because I barely do) in this contest over at Miss Snark's First Victim which is a great blog.  If you don't follow it you really should at least pop over and check it out.

So that's all that's new with me.  I'm sure I've missed out on tons in the blogosphere.  If you have any exciting, good, quirky, awful or downright weird news please feel free to share in the comments.  Also to my two followers who defected in the last three weeks, I'm sorry you left my blog.  I'll miss you and I mean that in all sincerity. And to the two peoplewho started following in the last three weeks Hello! and thanks for following.

4 comments:

Anne Gallagher said...

Welcome back. Funny how not having internet access can get you back into the swing of writing.

Talli Roland said...

Welcome back, Angie! Gosh, that tool a while. Sounds like you were productive, though. :)

Old Kitty said...

I'd be lost without my internet connection - lost!! So I can only imagine what you went through! Oh but WELL DONE you for using this time most creatively!! Yay for sending SEEDS for the competition - GOOD LUCK and all the best!!!! I have everything crossed for you!

Welcome back! take care
x

Laura Marcella said...

I know how you feel about not having internet! We got a snowstorm this weekend and lost electricity for 24 hours. That was the longest day of my life, haha. It's amazing how much we depend on electricity and internet!

Good luck in the contest, Angie!