Monday, August 2, 2010

Wow, I am really bad at this.

There is something about finishing a project that is taking me forever this year. I don't know what it is. I blame the hiccuping butterfly syndrome. I am flitting from one project to another with absolutely no rhyme or reason. Still, while I am not finishing anything I am getting words down and with every word down I feel just a little closer to the end on each one of them. Okay, not all of them. Some of them are going to go on forever I feel. ;)

Now if I can find another ten minutes to cough up another 200 words or so I will feel better today. Seriously. I have lost track of the number of words I have written today because I have wrangled a couple of hundred words in each of about 4  or 5 projects today (seriously, I can't even keep that part straight. I am a freakin' mess). I am going to blame my teeth because they are killing me and I can't have anything overly hot (goodbye coffee) or cold (sorry soda and tea) so my brain is shriveling under the lack of caffeine that I usually inundate it with.  Lucky for me I am having a root canal tomorrow. Yippee!

this is making no sense today, so I will talk to you in an caffeinated state later.

12 comments:

K.C. Shaw said...

I hope your root canal goes okay. I've only ever had one but it wasn't nearly as bad as I'd been led to expect. Of course, my dentist shot me up with so much novacaine I couldn't feel my whole head for, like, a week. :)

Jamie Eyberg said...

I hope mine does the same for me. They told me I could drive myself home so it can't be that bad. :)

Danielle Ferries said...

No coffee! That will definitely take the words away. Hope you're back on deck soon :)

Barry Napier said...

Boo the root canal.

Hooray to the multitude of active ideas.

Aaron Polson said...

Mmmm...root canal. I hope it does the trick. No one should be without extreme-temperature beverages for long.

Cate Gardner said...

Root canal *Shudder* - hope it goes okay.

Rebecca Nazar said...

Hoping all goes well with your root canal too. Hopefully, like my dentist, yours has this new fangled needle that you can't feel---a miracle.

Jamie Eyberg said...

Danielle, yeah, this pretty much sucks.

Barry, I am starting to feel a bit like you if I had about 10 more projects going. :)

Aaron, Cate, Rebecca- Thanks. Getting ready to head in now.

katey said...

As I comment on this, I know your teeth woes are mostly over-- at least you can drink cold and hot stuff-- from twitter. But I still think you deserve sympathy. Writing with that kind of pain will drive anyone insane.

Or more insane.

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