Phew, November’s come and gone and so has nanowrimo. Although 1,667 words a day is not a crazy enormous task, there were definitely days that were a lot more work than others. Especially being at uni all day (so many exams!) and then working well into the evening, the last thing I felt like doing was being creative and writing a novel. Blegh.
“I’m a Tom-boy so I’m low maintenance.”
“I’m not like other girls.”
“All my friends are guys because girls are too much drama.”
“I’m just one of the lads.”
I’m not much of a “join-in-with-the-latest-online-challenge” kind of person. In fact I usually roll my eyes and scroll as quickly as I can when they crop up on the various social networking sites. But this one looks kinda fun and I never share my work so why not!?
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Today is my last day in Morocco. It’s been fun but I’m definitely ready to head off. It all gets a bit much after a while and by the time you’re walking through the souks pretending to listen to music and scowling when someone tries to walk with you, you know the fun’s over. I even, to my shame, resorted to saying I have a boyfriend to get someone off my back, which was something I’d sworn never to do (this post sums it up better than I can). I would like to come back one day, but a bit of a break is needed.