Hot damn. I always forget just how amazing the Calexico cover of "Guns of Brixton" is.
100478 / 100000 words. 100% done!
Sadly, I still have the rest of the the calm before the storm and nearly all of the kersplosion to write.
"If I do not finish this book today, I will only have to finish it tomorrow."
"They call it a draft because it's full of holes."
"It's a draft; it can suck."
Manuscript stands at: 100,478
Words added: 6719+3332
Hours since commencement: 56
Sustenance: crackers and cheese, almonds, a PJ's chicken burrito with extra cheese, two clementines, an apple, half a cider doughnut, hot cider, chicken, brussels sprouts, acorn squash, brown rice, english muffin, vegetarian refried beans, more cheese, an egg, sun-dried tomatoes. another apple, more almonds, more clementines, more almonds, a brown rice cake with brown sugar, Greek yogurt, hot Kashi cereal, salad caprese, more beans with green chili and cheese, Theo's chocolate with coconut, chicken noodle soup with ginger; toasted acorn squash seeds,
Tea: coffee, jasmine, Upton gen mai cha, mint and green, decaf pumpkin spice, Stash White Christmas blend, more coffee, maple spice; Trader Joe's coconut green; Upton melange de chamonix;
Liquor: a Stormy Holiday, which is a Roman Holiday with some Gosling's rum splashed in.
Dancing: at the end of a gun
Research: roast beef recipes
Mean things: waking up cold
Current project: tearful partings