Got lots of lovely writing done over the weekend, just shy of 1800 words. (Hey, for me that’s a lot.) That included two partial scenes, both of which fit neatly alongside other scenes that were already done. I didn’t plan either of them to be connected scenes; it just happened. It’s always a nice surprise when my loose little puzzle-piece scenes suddenly line themselves up. It almost always happens, but I’m still surprised every time. Anyway, I ran out of steam on one of them just as we were getting hungry for dinner, so I’ll have to finish that up this week.
I’m going to have to quit calling this the Cheesy Romance™. Parts of it are still cheesy (hellooo, rewrite), but it’s already getting way beyond romance boundaries. Surprise, surprise.
I spent a lot of time fighting with svnX and finally got so frustrated that I shut down the laptop and gave it a time-out. I have concluded that the software is crap. And now I have to do everything using the command line, which makes me even crankier.
In house news, we bought a dishwasher. Yay. And I got the rest of the priming done in my room. The primer looks even more like Pepto-Bismol when it’s wet. Room painting commences this weekend, barring unforeseen life occurrences.
Hmm, sorry svnX is acting up. If you aren’t doing anything terribly complicated (ie, mostly using the versioning as a commit/rollback mechanism), there is a way for webdav and subversion to be configured to, basically, make svn commits transparent to the user. That is, every time you upload a file it gets committed as a new version. If that sounds like it might be within the realm of functionality you need, you might shoot a note to your hosting provider.