Tomorrow my husband and I will go eat turkey and stuffing at his father's house, with his stepmother and his sisters and their families. I only have to make a couple of pumpkin pies for us to take, so I'm getting off relatively easy.
NaNoWriMo is going great! As of today I am exactly on schedule, as far as how many words I need to have written, and I broke 40,000. The thing is, I won't be at the end of my novel when I get to 50,000 (which hopefully I will do by next Monday).
I am starting to really fall in love with my characters. I am way behind on listening to podcasts as I normally do on my long daily commute, all I want to to is listen to Lily Allen and Adele and daydream about what's going to happen next in my novel. Yesterday I was working on a fairly emotional scene, and I got so caught up in it I had trouble eating.
I still feel like the actual writing itself is not very good. That's during the times where I am not completely convinced it's the best thing anybody has ever written. It's been a dramatic month, at least, in my head. :)
I am thankful for NaNoWriMo, and I'm thankful for my husband being so supportive and picking up all the slack with household chores that I haven't had time to do, and reading what I write every day, and telling me I'm awesome.