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Project: It wasn't Arthurian when I started it, I swear
Deadline: haven't got one
New words written: 828
Present total word count: 18791
Reason for stopping: end of action, will write next conversation tomorrow
Mean things: none today
Fun things: This was a sex scene. Everything was fun.
Stimulants: Third day without half my meds dammit
Words Word don't know: None today

So, I did call the doctor and pester him to deal with the prior authorization nonsense. The bad part is how I can feel my brain not working right.

Nevertheless, I wrote this part, and I tried to capture a lot of the way a second time together, when things are still very new but that desperate uncertainty of the first time is gone, can make people giddy, almost silly. And some physical observations I've never particularly noticed anyone else making about one of the things they're doing. And a simile I HOPE is not too cliche at the end.

So yeah. There are some very naked and very happy characters safely behind a locked door right now.

It's remarkable how easy it is to work out early 19th century coaching stops pretty much just with Google Maps' "get directions" and "search nearby," btw.

And I may well get to use the thing about the tile-hung buildings, because ALL of the inns on the route or at least most of them seem to be built in that style, which makes sense as it was a local vernacular building style at the time most of the inns were built (two centuries before my story! how cool is it that these historical characters are dealing with stuff that's old to THEM?) and I can just say "was another, much like the last." So maybe my subconscious knew something when it made me read about it.

Or maybe I just like learning weird things like "why do the walls of that building look all higgledy-piggledy like that?"

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