(M-W's Word of the Day: Bucket Shop-a dishonest brokerage firm)
Hello, procrastinators! Thanks for your positive thoughts on the PSAT. I didn't do as well as I did last year, I don't think, but I still did well. But I guess we'll have to wait until January to find that out.
It's approaching November, which means-you guessed it-No Shave November!
Just kidding. I really meant NaNoWriMo-which, for those of you who don't know, is short for National Novel Writing Month and is an online event where you try to write 50,000 words in a month. I know a lot of people have done it, and even I've tried Camp NaNoWriMo, which is the same thing, except in July (but I didn't finish because I lost inspiration at 2,000-which my friend makes fun of me for). I'm contemplating trying it again in November, but I'm worried that I won't have much time. I kick off the month by traveling to a town four hours away for a marching band competition, and the rest of the month will be just as busy, especially if I do go out for the winter guard.
^Winter guard, an indoor activity involving dance and the spinning of flags, rifles, and sabres. I've wanted to join for a while now, and if I do, I'm sure I'll post about it fairly often.
However, it would be nice to draft a novel-and NaNoWriMo is the perfect motivation to do so. I've got so many ideas, and I just want to get one out of my head and on paper. I'm hoping that writing one will help me be able to finish writing many more.
So what do you guys think? Should I attempt it, despite my busy schedule, or wait until July? Comment below!
Now I've got to cram in as much homework as I can before I leave for a band competition. I think I'll do some physics; it's been easy lately and should be the least painful subject to do today.