It’s Sunday, April 1st, as I write this. I saw (or at least noticed) my first Robin today.
Watched a squirrel busily building his home.
And got all settled into my virtual cabin with my awesome cabin mates at Camp NaNo.
It’s off to the races. Additional family plans have been added to my calendar at the last minute, and family always comes first, so my Camp NaNo goal has changed from 50,000 words to 40 hours.
If anyone is interested in Camp, it’s not too late to start. Unlike NaNoWriMo in November, you set your own goals for Camp which is in April and again in July. You can set words, hours, minutes, lines, or pages as your goal. It’s a perfect way to get that project out of your head and onto the page. If you want to try, go to Camp NaNo and sign up. If you decide April won’t work for you and you want to try July, let me know if you want to share a virtual cabin. When the time comes I’ll start a cabin and send you an invite.
And I’m off to camp! Hope to see you there.