I made 20,000, and have begun the cross fire of crossed purposes that my protag gets to stand in the midst of. And, without intending to, I have introduced a Wodehousian Aunt, which I find a little bit embarassing. My new goal is 25,000 by Saturday night; 50% done.
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Which Aunt is she? I’m hoping for Dahlia.
Well, of course Dahlia. Who would want Agatha around the premises, curdling milk and frightening children?
Hurrah! If I may say so.
You certainly may.
In that case, hurrah! And bully for you, aged-relative-like-character!
I second this Hurrah! Wodehousian Aunts are sadly unrepresented in contemporary fiction.
Of Smith’s block and bon bons…
Yes, he certainly has had smith’s block from time to time. Often made worse by terminal smithy clutter. We really need a larger smithy for him!
By the way, I had a bon bon for you last night, as instructed. And one for Shannon. And one for Michael… And one for Thingmaker… and a few more for a few other people, and for me… damn you!!
I’m glad you guys finally got together.
Re: Of Smith's block and bon bons…
We’re glad, too. And we’re humbly proud to enable your bon-bon urges, long distance. 🙂
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