Saturday, October 24, 2009


Hey blog buddies.

Just wanted to apologize for skipping out on you yesterday. We had homecoming at the school I aide at, and I was busy all day helping. It pretty much reminded me of why I hated homecoming in high school. Too much drama.

On a more positive note, (or maybe negative to you if you really like me bunches) I've decided to write a novel in a month. You can look over there to the right and see the little button I posted. I don't have any idea what I'm going to write about, and I've got to do 50k words in 30 days. That's over a thousand words a day. That's brutal.

So listen...

The blog may suffer a bit.

I want to just apologize up front for that. Although I will tell you, there is a good chance I'll get to chapter 1 in my "novel," and abandon ship faster than a cowardly captain who has heard a dish fall in the kitchen. So you may get me back after all.

I really hope that's not the case though. I'd like to accomplish this. I guess we'll see what happens, and I'll work on being SUPER funny between now and then, so that you all get your fill and can do without my sweet sexy ass humor for a little while.

I've made that commitment to you, and I start right now. Want to hear a dirty joke?

Of course you do. So here it is...

A horse fell in a mud puddle.



  1. Are you copying me?? I have something for you tomorrow at my blog.

  2. You aren't all the funny anyway.

    I mean look at that joke! :P

    We will still love you I guess.

  3. Good luck bro.

    I'm sure it will be the most popular book in the Children's section.

  4. I'll be waiting ever so patiently.

  5. Hooker!

    Kidding - I'm rooting for you and a little jealous. I guess I could give up sleeping and pooping and eating to find the time to write a novel in 30 days. Of course, what in the world would I write about?

    Anyway, awesome for you! YOU CAN DO IT! (said with the same accent as that one guy in that one movie with Adam Sandler...ya know?)

  6. Awesome for you for doing NaNoWriMo! I have a very good friend who has done it 3 years running. I'm thinking I might give it a go too. We'll see. But I'm totally rooting for you. AND, I want to read your novel when you're done. Yeah. Pressure now! ;)

    Love the dirty joke.

    Here's a winner for ya:

    Did you hear about the dyslexic who walked into a bra?


    What do you call three lepers in a hot tub?



    (That's my favorite. I laugh hysterically every time I tell it and everybody always looks at me like I'm the worst human ever. I figured you'd appreciate it.)

  7. I have mixed feelings about this...

    Aw, a whole month?

    How dare you?!

    Well, it is your choice and it's good to try new things..

    THANK YOU SO MUCH! I am definitely going to try this! I want to be an author, but my problem is sticking with a book long enough to finish it. I totally love you now! Er... I mean... more than I did... *cough*

    I would have posted this yesterday, but it was just "OMG A WRITING ONTEST!" and I forgot. *sorry*

  8. I've always wanted to try NaNoWriMo, but I'm not good at writing fiction and I have never had a November with enough time. I'm impressed that you're taking it on. Good luck. Can't wait to hear how it goes!


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