Will pushing beyond my limits taint my writing? Yet I wouldn't want to spend the hours of my day doing anything other than writing
On the other hand, not writing comes at the cost of being inhabited by a migraine. Relapsing into a state of constant pain and my head throbbing.
Virginia Woolf reads over what she has written in the pass two hours. She wonders whether she should stop whilst her writing is good or keep going considering she hasn't written much.
Good morning, we've been making great progress!
There are ten mistakes in eight pages, we would be lucky to finish in a week.
It must be perfect.
Virginia thinks about how her headaches as a life of its own. So much so that at time she sees her headache, for instance, when shes walking around the town square with Leonard.
Virginia goes down to check up on Leonard and Ralph. She makes it clear that she is aware that Leonard can be tough sometimes. Even though she might be sympathetic to Ralph's situation she would never side against Leonard.