So it's not just an email or a Facebook status. And it most definitely is not just a tweet (this would be a lot of tweets!).
I want to write more, though you wouldn't know it from the neglected state of my blog.
Is 500 hundred words too obnoxious a length for a yelp post? Cause I want to do more reviews for yelp, I just don't do it, but if that could count... Game on. I'd of course cross post to my blog cause it feels sad and lonely and my life has not been sad and lonely.
Life is full of good times. Even watching the most depressing episode of HBO's The Leftovers is a good time because I am watching with Justin.
By the way, the above sentence ending with the word Justin is only 145 words.
And the above sentence counts in my word count as does this one.
I know this because of Google. I searched for and found an online word counter tool (because I started writing this on my phone in the car while Justin was driving). It's a nice basic tool: http://www.wordcounter.net/
A short break was taken in the writing of this post for lunch at an awesome,local joint called The Cove. They are known for their fish tacos but I think their burgers and sweet potato fries are better. The Cove prides itself on serving food from sustainable (and mostly local) resources. So when you eat local it's paid forward many times over to their vendors and so forth and so on. They have "Eat well, live well" written on the wall.
While at The Cove we enjoyed some live music and a few bottles of brew. If you haven't had a Shiner Premium in a while, or ever, I would say it's time to pop one open. Drink it straight from the bottle and remove the pretentiousness of using a glass. It's the only way to truly enjoy this beverage that touts itself as being "behind the times."
The live music was also fun, an artist by the name of Ashlee Rose. Her voice had the depth and slight roughness one wants from a soulful singer and her accent had the perfect Texas twang.
Justin made a joke that her wind machine was working overtime. Her wind machine was simply a fan.
We are at 417 words people.
If you've read this far in the post then I am much obliged. I don't know if I would've read this far if you had written this much. #honesty
I think part of the challenge is that you can't cheat by writing ahead of time and stockpiling words. It's about taking the time each and every day to do this. That said, if this goes the way other 30 day challenges have gone for me... Let's just say I'm great at throwing myself into little self improvement projects but when it comes to seeing it through to the end, not so much.
I'm now over 500 words! Now you know what it looks like. And now I know what it takes. (It takes more than I thought it would, but I also wrote the whole thing on my phone.)