Tuesday, November 1, 2011

“Coming down from the sugar high”

I hope everyone had a great Halloween filled with crazy costumes, parties, trick-or-treating or great books!
Today we celebrate the crash and burn after our sugar highs AND the start of NANOWRIMO! (Yes, I am participating: EmmaMichaels I can’t help myself. Beware, I am a competitive writer for all of Nov. :p )
So this is not only to spread a bit of laughter to everyone now depressed and sugarless but also to everyone who for the next four weeks will be pulling out their hair, wanting to smash their keyboards or staring at their word count until they finally reach the big 50k!

Let the laughter commence:
Why do the cat ladies get the cool starter kits?
 ... this reminds me of my childhood. Only I was the older child and only had one brother.
Now, now. It is very hard to find the perfect pair of red high heels.
If it had taken place in a mall there would have been a lot more than 2 witches fighting over them!
I couldn't help myself, my Halloween celebration was Hocus Pocus. :p
 I see you there in the back... yes YOU! Hiding your face... is that a pill in your mouth?
For all those procrastinating NANO-ers
 For those of us who will do anything to have the highest Word Wars word count
 Awwww LOOK! It is a horde of ebil. <3
I don't like cats and even I said "Awwwww" to this one.
*scrolls up and realizes almost all the jokes are cats*

Ohhh just found this! Courtesy of Jamie Magee's cats:
"No, I has stolen it! You will never get it... NEVER!"

 And while I have been distracting you I have already gotten ahead of you in word count. MAUAHAHAHAA my ebil plan is working!
Re-read this post... you know you want to.

Happy start of NaNoWriMo 
and day after Halloween! <3



  1. Loves it!! Marylin and Monroe are now famous - Emma has them in a blog post!

  2. Haha this is a great post! Thanks for stopping by my blog :) I'm a new follower :D

    Amy @ Following The Reader

  3. You don't like cats? We can't be friends anymore.

  4. So many cute kittehs! How did you know that would prevent word-count inflation??