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Act I is done. Completely. Oh my God.

Act II is off to beta, and shouldn't need to much rewriting. Again, oh my God.

Act III is now up to 4000 words (I'm horrendous at deadlines, I know, don't hurt me). The current draft is printed, and I'm bringing it with in the car.

I'm leaving in an hour or so to take the Geekling up to school. Since we have two cars and two drivers, we're driving up today, moving him in, and driving back home tomorrow. If I'm lucky, we'll be back by early afternoon, but I'm probably going to be helping move Mum into her office.

Monday, I start classes (!!!) and then after class I go down to the city to help with the major part of the moving effort. And then when I get home, I get to do jd_ficathon match-ups!

Work on Tuesday evening, class again on Wednesday, and then Thursday midday I fly out to Atlanta for Dragon*Con. I'm hoping I can fit all my crap into carry-on-able luggage, but you try fitting a pair of knee-high boots, two corsets, Renfest skirt(s) and shirt, laptop, camera with extra lens, and normal clothes into carry-on luggage. I would use a corset icon, but I'm too damned busy.

Oh, I will laugh my ass off if they decide to search my stuff. No, really, I will.

(Don't even get me started on the way they completely buggered my schedule for work. It's not good for my blood pressure.)

And somewhere in the middle of all this, I have to write some 1500 words, edit, and post my stargate_summer. I'm going to be posting from D*C, I have this feeling.


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Aug. 29th, 2009 11:30 am (UTC)
Dude. Wear the boots onto the plane and store your practical shoes in your carryon luggage. Then, when they search it and find the corsets, at least it will be in character! :D
Aug. 29th, 2009 11:41 am (UTC)
Yeah, trying to get in and out of those boots in security would be a hoot.

But yes, I did consider it. :P
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