I didn't anticipate writing over the weekend, because it's difficult to do so when the hubby is home (simply because I don't want to ignore the man who goes to a job every day and lets me stay home to pursue this dream of mine), but I did write on Sunday because he wanted to play with the computer.

Sun = 926

Mon = 1435

Tue = 863

So I've written 3224 words in three days (haven't done today's words yet)**. I think I'm on target (though my goal was 1285 a day) because this feels right for the story. I'm finally coming to the end of this thing, and I would not have done that if I hadn't been Sweating with Sven, I guarantee it. ๐Ÿ™‚

This weekend will present challenges because I'm off to my Heart of Dixie chapter retreat in Tennessee. I'm taking the laptop, and I'll try my darndest to work, but who can resist the lure of friends, fun, and margaritas? ๐Ÿ™‚

**It's Linda Howard's fault I haven't started today's writing yet. Yesterday, I received Mackenzie's Legacy from Amazon (featuring Mackenzie's Mountain and Mackenzie's Mission). Yes, I'm like the only romance reader on the planet who hadn't read Mackenzie's Mountain, or any of the Mackenzie stories, yet. This morning, when hubby left for work, I decided to crawl back in bed with the book — just to get a nice start on the morning since it was raining and chilly and I didn't want to get out of bed yet. Big mistake. I didn't finish, though I wanted to (less than 100 pages to go of Mountain), but I had to finally drag myself out of bed and to the computer or I'd have spent the whole darn day reading. Wonderful story, great characters. And, as my CP would say, not an explosion or dead body in sight. Just great storytelling. We need more of this kind of story!