So I met the King and Queen briefly after the prince and my dance, and tomorrow morning I’ll be dining with them. The King seems like a nice guy, but I’m pretty sure the queen had some suspicions of me.
“So are you going to the Prince’s ball?” One girl asked. “I don’t know if I should...” The other replied. A party? That sounds fun. “Why not? Every eligible woman in the kingdom has been invited!” “I know, but I don’t know if I want to be picked as the Prince’s bride! That’s such a big decision to make!” So I guess the prince of Runeswick is looking for a wife. I guess I shouldn’t go then. Not that I’d get picked anyway, but still, I don’t want to look like I’m trying. “Oh, think of it! Living in the palace, butlers and maids at your every beckon-whim--” ...Keep talking. “Oh, stop now, you know I wouldn’t marry for any of that fancy living!” I would! I jumped out of my seat and walked over to the two ladies.
“Now, now, ladies, Prince Kurt will greet all of you one at a time. Please be patient.” Perfect! This was my chance! All the girls scattered away as an Elven gentleman in a fancy suit shooed them off. I started to sneak in closer, though I tripped over this darned ball gown on my way over. I caught myself before I could hit the floor, but still, hope no one saw that.
I am not doing a good job with this. I've been so busy, and I haven't even gotten to the good part yet. I mean, I'm almost there, but... Yeah. I don't think I'm going to hit 50,000 words by the end of the month. I can still keep this up for the year, though. … Continue reading National Novel Writing Month Progress (Week 3)
Some more progress on my novel for National Novel Writing Month.
Today I went to Antonio’s house again. We chatted for a while, but in the end, I found out that he is not quite ready for the commitment that I was hoping for. So I decided to just go home, slip on my pink zap suit, and binge watch my favorite superhero show to make myself feel better.
Having only heard about it this year, I am attempting to write for National Novel Writing Month. The goal is to have a 50,000 novel written by November 30th by midnight. Here I will be posting my progress in fragments each Sunday until November 30th where I will (hopefully) have a completed, final project.
We continue on Day 8 of my Animal Crossing expedition... The bridge has been completed and after coming out of debt of paying for a house expansion, I put myself into debt once more and had it made even bigger! It’s worth it. My hammerhead shark, Sally, needs more space.
We pick up on Day 4 of my Animal Crossing journey... Today I was allowed into the Happy Home Showcase. I was greeted by a dog-man named Digby. Now, I tried not to jump to conclusions and assume just because he was a dog he had some relation to my secretary, Isabelle, but as it turns out, they’re twins.
I have entered a new town called Citytown. This sounds like a legitimate, well-grounded town. I think I have made a wise decision. I arrived late at night to be greeted by strange animal-human hybrids. Not only this, but they have dubbed me their mayor. This is awkward. Nevertheless, I accepted their offer to run the town and I know they are in good hands.