It started raining last week. Not heavy but endless. Cold, constant, November rain.
There aren't any animals. If there are any left, they're in hiding, curled up under a tree somewhere, waiting for the rain to stop. You can see faces, too, in the windows of other houses, staring out at you, watching the rain and wondering the same thing you've been wondering all along: is this it?
Of course it's not it. You tell yourself that over and over again. Of course it's not. But you don't know, not for sure.
The world will end on a Tuesday, there isn't any question. The only uncertain thing is which Tuesday it will choose - and where all the calenders have gone.
That's my flashy thing for the writing prompt I put up on Monday. I had the idea for it during heavy rain yesterday, and wrote it just now - the sky is a crisp blue and cloudless, the sun is shining - we definitely are not having apocalyptic type rains here.
So I'm gearing up for NaNo, and working like a nut to finish my All Hallow's Read poster. I only found out about the contest last week, so creating something worthy of AHR in that time is not going to be easy - that being said, I am at the finishing touches stage, so I should have it in by the end of the weekend, and I'll definitely post a link to it when I have.
I also finally got myself another day job, which is good (yay!) but is also a minimum of 45 hours per week (also yay!) - which means NaNoWriMo is going to be CRAZY this year, especially since I'm also going to Prague for four days at the end of next week (super yay!) - I'm going to have to write at least 2,000 words per day at the end of a 9 hour shift - but I was reading through my (now 16 page) outline a couple of days ago, and I really do think this story is going to be good.