Thank you to all for the well wishes. I'm better! Yeah! I also wanted to share a few things with you guys because I lurve you all. (Um side note. They killed Vicki on Vampire Diaries! Yes! That needed to happen. Thank you CW)
*Link contains spoiler photo* Check out I Love Boys Who Sparkle You will see little ole me was one of three winners for the Twilight Haiku Contest they held. What did I win? Awesomeness. Lurve you Just Erin and Team Six Pack!!
This came in the mail yesterday *Squeeee*
What else have I been up to? Um, watching Moonlight! Well only one episode but I'm committed. *Thanks FragileLittleHuman for peaking my interest with Breathe Me* If you are not familiar with Moonlight. Let's watch together. Go to: Moonlightlover75 They are all uploaded at her site.
I also made a video for my twibuddy at 808twilighters! Tell me what you think. Actually I like the song more than I do the video but I'm a dork like that. I could hit play over and over again if the song is really good. Here's my attempt at a Robsten video. Mind you I was sick and bored and quarantined to my bedroom so be gentle because I'm not fucking Pixar!
So what is everyone doing for Halloween? I get to watch Twilight under the stars on an outdoor movie screen. Woohoo. I think I will have special Jesus juice hidden in a soda can, chocolate, and maybe pizza. I'll probably have the fucking Gurgler before the movie is over but whatever. It's my last hoorah before November. What's going on then? Let me tell you.
November is National Novel Writing Month or NanoWriMo
What is it?
National Novel Writing Month is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to novel writing. Participants begin writing November 1. The goal is to write a 175-page (50,000-word) novel by midnight, November 30.
As you spend November writing, you can draw comfort from the fact that, all around the world, other National Novel Writing Month participants are going through the same joys and sorrows of producing the Great Frantic Novel. Wrimos meet throughout the month to offer encouragement, commiseration, and—when the thing is done—the kind of raucous celebrations that tend to frighten animals and small children.
In 2008, we had over 119,000 participants. More than 21,000 of them crossed the 50k finish line by the midnight deadline, entering into the annals of NaNoWriMo superstardom forever. They started the month as auto mechanics, out-of-work actors, and middle school English teachers. They walked away novelists.
It's on like Donkey Kong!!
I also wanted to point out the lovely ladies at WeBitePrettyHard. In honor of this madness, they will be posting a new post each day for thirty days and in their own words:
And just to make this interesting, for every comment that I get on posts written during NaNoWriMo, starting November 1 12:00 AM EST through November 30 11:59 PM EST, I will donate $1 to CCFA(Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America). This is an organization near and dear to fragile, and I hope that I get to send them a big donation*! Plus your comments will help to spur me on!
We think they are pretty fucking special and so I definately was touched by this and wanted to share it with all of you!
Well Happy Halloween. I'll be dressed as Sookie! Be safe and have a wonderfully spooky weekend.
Last, because I am obsessed with Disney and think Walt was the schnizzel. I want you all to see a cute compiliation video done to the best song ever!