I got nothing done. Not everything was in my control, at least - I couldn't get to work for hours later than I normally could, and then couldn't focus at all until my shower drain got clogged and I had to fix that. So, it's not all me. The problem is, tomorrow, I won't be able to work for pretty much the entire day. Not even pretty much, just the entire day. Because of that, I'll have to shift my intended timeline a bit. I can work on characters all day Saturday, though to be honest I'm not entirely sure what'll happen on Saturday and it might end up being like today for all I know. Assuming that nothing goes on on Saturday, I'll then work on the plot all Sunday, which should be the easiest part. Plot has always been a strength of mine, and considering a lot of my plot typically comes from what'll pressure the characters and what'll make them react in the most interesting ways, I'll probably have an idea of what should happen anyways, and if I need ideas, all I'll need to do is look at character profiles. Edit: It took me a while to get going, but about an hour later, I've almost completely filled out one character profile - the ony things missing have to do with the plot, which of course, isn't figured out yet. After this profile, I'm really invested in this character - I really think she's a good one. I think I'll put a small, one-sentence descriptor of each of the main characters once I'm done with them. Oh, and by the way, the thing that got me going was finding a different character profile. Once again, deviation from routine proves to help me out a lot. I really just need to start taking into account more, as it's been proven over and over, that my creativity feasts on change and dies with routine.