it's a great life, if you don't weaken (matociquala) wrote,
it's a great life, if you don't weaken

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Six times underneath the knife.

Progress notes for 15 June 2006:

"War Stories"

New Words:  210
Total Words: (actual / ms) 3186
Pages: 15
Deadline: the end of the summer, sorta

"Venom Cock"

New Words:  1303
Total Words: (actual / ms) 1918
Pages: 9
Deadline: not so much

Reason for stopping: tired
Stimulants:  sundried tomato bagels. limeade. Sam Smith's organic beer.
Exercise:  weights
Mail: already covered. ;-) And thanks!
Words I'm surprised Word do know: cockatrice
Mean Things: cockatrice. also, three hormonal freshman girls.
Darling du jour: 

"He wrote it down for me. This way you can impress him next week."

Melissa picked the note off her chest and stared at it. "He uses purple post it notes?"

"I was right," Katie said. "He's gay."


There were twenty-four sophomores and juniors, and of the first ten papers, only two of them seemed to understand that The Merry Wives of Windsor was supposed to be funny. One of those was a Sociology major. He was a failure as a teacher. He finished the sandwich, blew crumbs off his desk so he wouldn’t leave mayonnaise fingerprints on the essays, and tore open the pretzels before he sharpened his red pencil one more time.

Books in progress: Martin Cruz Smith, Stallion Gate
There's always one more quirk in the character:

Matthew eats sourdough pretzels with mustard. He is such a bloody stereotype. I'm sending him back.

Oh, god, now I have a craving. Sick, Bear. Sick.

(not as sick as french fries and mayo, though; that's just gross.)

Things I'm glad I didn't go to my grave without: leahbobet: "How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Slushbomb"

Tags: progress notes, short fiction
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