The accounting firm of Bean, Tally, and Moore have May’s results. They counted all the words, checked and double-checked their spreadsheets, and pronounced that we did not meet our budget numbers. Those accountants have a way of making things sound bad, even when they are not.
The first two weeks of May, I got a rare chance to unplug, unwind, and decompress for two entire weeks. I didn’t write a single word during my vacation. I suffered no delusions and held out very little hope of hitting my 12,000-word monthly average. But I came close. During the last half of May, I logged 10,382 words. I’m not complaining. I might even hold a mini celebration. Woo-hoo!
Did you write yesterday?
Keep on writing.
Jo Hawk The Writer