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Oh dear... today was a lot longer day at work than I wanted it to be. I was supposed to get off at 2, but 2 o'clock got there and we had about a 2-hour wait time for new scripts. So yeah... I didn't leave 'til quarter after 5. I mean, great money and such, but argh, my feet hurt. And I didn't really get to write a whole lot. All of the new words were from yesterday, only not all of them got converted from longhand to digital until today. Numbers wise, it looks more impressive than it feels. I need to get the plot moving along. Until that happens, everything feels like fluff. So who knows if much of what was written yesterday will stay.

I feel like I have more to say, but nothing's coming to me. I'm working on critting some great stuff from both my wonderful CP and my wonderful cousin. I've got a bunch of stuff I have to do for school and technically I should have studied today for our Tuesday exam. However, I've gotten an 82% and 84% (somehow!!) on the two tests we've had so far. I'm not quite sure how that happened as I was expecting a failing score on that second one. Seriously. We had to know drugs/dosing for so many infections it had my head spinning. I think going with "Levofloxacin 750mg QD" saved my ass on like 5 questions, I'm guessing. lol Anywho, peace out my people.

Project: Reaper
New Words: 1,702
Total Words: 10,974
Word Goal: 100,000


10974 / 100000 words. 11% done!

3 comments:

Cari Quinn said...

Your doing GREAT on Reaper! And your wonderful CP really appreciates your feedback. :)

Awesome on the tests, too!

Cari Quinn said...

Make that "you're doing great." Argh, I hate making typos. I even misspelled the word "typo" before I caught myself. LOL

Ashley said...

Well, gee, my 11K is nothing compared to your 25K!?! I mean seriously! lol, I've been so distracted this week that I haven't been able to do hardly anything. I started interviewing Noah last night but then the Benadryl kicked in and I had to turn off the light. :-/ Perhaps I shall do that now. After I look over my case presentation for workshop tomorrow. grr...