Camp NaNoWriMo April 2013 – Day 16

Woke up 15 inches of snow but the street had been plowed which ruined the white effect. It was strange too as I do not recall the last time there was enough snow to warrant the plowing of the side streets. By 4pm, it had gotten just warm enough to dry up the street, the sidewalk I shoveled, and remove the last bits of snow I left on the car. Sadly, we’re expecting another 6+ inches this evening.

Aside from the shoveling of snow and the writing of today’s NaPoWriMo piece, Burlap, today was a lazy day. After I came in from the cold, I sat down with a book and joined quickly by Anubis who draped himself over my lap. He napped and I devoured the whole book. After I was done reading, I fell asleep. Suddenly, it was 4pm and time to get stuff done. So here I am, making an attempt at productivity. Not sure how long it will last or how productive I will actually be. I suspect that I will be curled up with Anubis and another book soon enough.

Anubis, on the other hand, is wide awake and running all over the house like a psychopath. This is primarily due to the squirrels nesting in the attic. Yes, there are squirrels in the attic, and the roof is due to be fixed during the next two months – hopefully. There are several babies who make a whole lot of noise thus tormenting Anubis greatly. He wants to hunt them but that darn ceiling is in his way. Poor Anubis, he just can’t win.

Today’s final counts are:
1 poem for Kirsch & Kerosene
0 poems for Obiter & Oleander
0 pieces for novels in verse
298 total words
1 NaPoWriMo Post
1 Camp NaNoWriMo Post

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