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What I Ate for Breakfast Today aka Ghetto Living in Paris, Part Deux

I’ve got blogstipation, big time.

I have plenty of writing projects and topics. In fact, that is the problem. There are so many topics I want to write about that they are backing up on me now, and I am paralyzed as a result. I cannot seem to make a move to post any *one* thing when twenty things clamor to be written about. It has built up to a high level of frustration and I’m about ready to pop.

I have decided, therefore, to just sit and write something to get a post up, since it has been way too many days since my last post.**

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NaNoWriMo Ends – Crazy Quilting This Blog to Wrap Up

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The Eiffel Tower at midnight, 21 (22) November 2009

Today it ends – National Novel Writing Month. I have spent the past 30 days accruing words on this not-so-novel-but-writing-project-nonetheless.  As of last Friday, I now have 54,952 words posted on this blog, give or take. By adding WordPress word counts manually, that’s what it says I have. I have yet to upload to the NaNoWriMo site to verify my word count, but I will do that when I finish this post.

What is foremost in my mind today however is, “How do I wrap this month up on this blog? What is the “ending” to the stories I have been telling this past month?

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Paris is Often Not My Kind of Girl

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Autumn Colors
Bassin de la Villette, Quai de Loire, Paris
24 October 2009

I awoke at 6 am this morning. PJ has been setting his alarm for this time for the past two days to be able to get up to write, and my body clock has already set to wake up to that time, apparently. Also, I am still adjusting to the time change, which we here in Paris did the weekend before folks in the States (October 25) .

I did not try to go back to sleep. Instead, I arose, started some coffee and hot tea, got caught up on some email and a little on some blogs.

I replied to the comments on my previous blog. My commenters liked the dog poo story there, and re-reading it, I do, too, so go to the post and scroll to the end to read it, if you like and have not done so already.

I tried to take a photo of the the just-shy-of-full-and-now-waning moon winking in at me between the curtain panels of our living room window, but it came out too blurry to post here.

And now, I write.

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