Bah. I can't treadmill while at work. And I'm always always always at work. And it'll continue this way for another couple of weeks.... I *have* been writing at work, just not as much as I'd like. Okay, I'm just pitching a fit, but it's hard. And today, this morning that I was going to spend writing, well, it's flown away from me, and I've been dropping a line here and there, but not working very hard at it. So here's my lame-ass written when I'm almost out of time grumpy treadmill.
1. 12:12 - starting trying to write around 10:30am
2. Was going to work until 1pm
3. I was going to work on getting my characters out of the mire they're stuck in. Motion! I need motion! Or motrin. Or something. Back in a minute.
4. 12:47, stopping so I can get ready to go out.
5. Frustrating morning -- couldn't stay on task until I actually started the treadmill, but it's like a whack upside the head with a pen -- once I did complain up there, I was able to write. I moved them out from where they were stuck in plot to where they're back in character and moving. Not sure I believe them right now, but it's much better than it was.
6. Tomorrow I'll work on completing this scene -- Nadine is acting out of character right now, but it's for a reason, and I want to get her back to her own solid footing.
7. I'll work for an hour in the morning, maybe at the cafe. I have a much harder time writing at home.
Only wrote 3605 words this week, and I was aiming for 5,000. But I did write every day. That's something. Better next week.