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06 April 2009 @ 05:39 pm

I’ve had a very productive day, so long as you don’t count getting dressed in proper clothes an essential part of a productive day. I’m still in the sweatshirt and floppy pants I put on this morning, but I did write 3400 words, walk 3 miles and swim. And my shoulder, which ached this morning, seems to have settled down, which is good.

I think there’s something distinctly good to be said for getting up and writing, then going to the gym mid-day and coming back again to write after that. Well, good except for the part where apparently I don’t get dressed, but it may be a pattern to repeat. I’ll have to work on the getting dressed part. :)

Dinner, and then an evening of watching Buffy, I think! (We just finished watching the first season of the Sarah Conner Chronicles, which was better than I expected it to be. We’re trying to pace ourselves with Farscape, so we have to watch other tv between the Farscape seasons. :) Speaking of which, wow, we were really surprised at *how much* happened in first season Farscape. A lot of it was stuff I didn’t think got set up until well into second!)

ytd wordcount: 89,500
miles to Minas Tirith: 163
ytd km swum: 36.5

(x-posted from the essential kit)
Current Mood: pleasedpleased
Kate Kirbykirbyk on April 6th, 2009 04:48 pm (UTC)
I've been holding onto the opinion that geeks are going to discover the Sarah Connor Chronicles a few years after it's canceled and be really sad they weren't watching it when it aired. It's really good! Might be my second favorite currently-airing show, after Supernatural.
Lauraskeagsidhe on April 6th, 2009 04:50 pm (UTC)
Getting dressed in proper clothes is HIGHLY overrated. When I work from home, it's about the 8th priority on my list. It usually happens at some point, but is one of those things I put in the 'optional' column.
Brian: evil kitty laughlogrusboy on April 7th, 2009 03:46 am (UTC)
I never count getting dressed in proper clothes an essential part of a productive day. Proper clothes are overrated.

Besides, one of the many perks of being an author (other than the blind adoration of millions and the heaping wheelbarrows of cash) is that you get to wear whatever you bloody well wish. Or even nothing at all. Well, so long as you stay indoors.