prehensible.

\pri-HEN-suh-buhl\ , adjective;
1.    1. Able to be seized or grasped.
The oh so, not so prehensible National Novel Writing Month is now.  4th day in, and I’m beginning to think it might not be very prehensible.  It might be right beyond my grasp.
I’m actually fairly certain that no one has ever written a novel in one month without caffeine.  In fact, I googled it to make sure and came up with this:

Non-Caffeinated Writers | National Novel Writing Month

http://www.nanowrimo.org/en/forums/writing-groups-and-clubs/…/6427 

4 days ago – Unlike unicorns and ogres, writers who shun caffeine do, in fact, exist. who could use some support from those of us who have won without caffeine before. 

When I tried to read the site, it said it no longer exists.  You know why? Because the author realized it’s not possible.  The author took the website down and ran off to get a gingerbread latte from Starbucks.
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