Plus, I don't have much to blog about. Over the weekend, our hot water heater broke and flooded part of our basement. I also got my first sunburn during the Gator Girl's agility class but neither of those are really blog worthy (which explains why I just told you about them in my blog, I know). But the truth is, I'm still in my limbo state of mind (maybe Leonardo DiCaprio will come looking for me) which means I am still working my way through my backlog of Supernatural (ten episodes to go!). I have, however, switched from inhaling chocolate croissants to inhaling devil dogs. I did this mostly because someone's been getting to the bakery before me in the morning to buy out the entire stock of chocolate croissants, leaving me with only danishes and I don't like danishes. I find this to be such a jerk move. Forget the fact that I, too, was buying all the chocolate croissants in all the land (all right, in that one bakery) but I didn't mind it so much when I was the one going home with chocolate croissants (I have spent so much time blogging about chocolate croissants lately that Klout is going to name me influential on this subject, along with pizza and cookies. I am definitely doing something wrong here. If only I could figure out what...). I mean, I like devil dogs obviously— I wouldn't be inhaling them at such a rapid (and slightly alarming) rate if I didn't— but they weren't Plan A.
Not that sitting around watching television while stuffing my face with pastries was Plan A. But if one can't do what one wants, it does make for a solid Plan B. Or C. Or whatever letter I'm up to now. I've kind of lost track.
Plan A would, of course, be writing. I've done some. (Pause for shocked gasps) I'm pleased to report that for the first time in a long time, all Effigy scenes are complete. There are no more "Insert Plot Here" notes kicking around. That doesn't mean that I'm happy with all scenes. It just means they're complete. Complete but not finished— is that an oxymoron? Or just moronic? Anyway, since they weren't complete at the start of the month, I'm choosing to count it as progress. And if I can finish the tweaking portion of the editing process by the end of the the month, I'll be downright giddy.
This makes a halfway decent segue to this, my theme song (and yeah, I know it's a Glee recording but, love or hate the show (and I honestly do both), this is still a kick ass recording of a kick ass song):