(Well, three thirty eight, to be exact.)
Well, the first day of Camp is over for me. I've had a pretty productive day!
At 3:38 I woke up, two minutes before my alarm (after a very long dream in which I dreamed that I was oversleeping and not getting up early like I planned... it was weird O.o)
After getting dressed and getting everything I needed for school out of my room... came the ninja tests.
Ninja Test 1: Make it through the child gate at the top of the stairs and the down the stairs. Silently.
Because "you wake them, you watch them" is my mom's rule about siblings when I decide to get up at insane hours of the morning.
Ninja Grade: Passing. No children woke up. And I only tripped in the dark twice. *nods*
Time of arrival in the kitchen:
Ninja Test 2:
Procure sustenance because it is now 4:20 in the morning, and food is good. Also without waking siblings.
So I made tea.
Ninja Grade: Pass with flying colors! Not so much as a noise from upstairs.
Now that these all important Ninja Testings have been passed, I sat down to write.
Unfortunately, I spent most of my writing time copying from the google doc I had been writing in, and putting all that in my notebook (filling nine and a half pages). But I managed to add a page and a half (283 words) of new words, and throughout the day at school I added another page and a half. So I feel immensely accomplished! :D
What am I writing, you ask? Well... *cue drumroll*
Ta-da! Isn't it pretty? I'll be working on finishing a bunch of my short stories this month (I'm shooting for five) and this is number one. It currently doesn't have a concrete title, but once it does I'll let you all know!
Anyway... yeah! More on that as camp progresses. I'm ending the day with 707 words, and going to bed early so I can get another early morning tomorrow! :D
Are you doing Camp NaNo? How's it going?? (Am I a horrible little porcupine for not posting in so long? There'll be a post about that coming soon as well, along with a massive tag catching up.)
Till then, may your ink flow freely and your words never run dry!