Now over the cat and his wake up tactics, food issues, and then walking off with a snooty expression, it might not be, but I’m going with that, it’s time to get to work.
But before that, I’m going to take the time to go over the plan, and taking into account the few side bars that I made a few notes on to come back to, I realise there was a little loss of continuity.
Unfortunately, I’m going to have to rechart the plan in Excel so later when the same thing happens I can quickly move the ’tiles’ around, and this takes a few hours.
Chester drops by to give me a surly look, and wanders off.
Now having sorted the ’tiles’ into order, and added side notes, I’m ready to start again.
Of course, then there’s a problem. I’m writing away, and instead of sticking to the plan, I’m going off on a tangent. That’s the way the story is leading me, pantser style, but it’s only one possibility, so I put that writing aside and go back to the plan.
Not happy, but its written.