Rough Drafts

Info dump? Check.

Inconsistancies? Check.

Holes? Check.

Run on sentences? Check.

Spelling mistakes? Oh yes. Check. Definitely CHECK.
Words of wisdom. Especially the "carry on" part.
In case you were wondering, what the above list is referring to, I'm writing struggling wringing bleeding (oh yes--THAT will do) the rough draft of my work in progress. And while I really like this story, in the particular chapter I'm slogging my way through now, well, I know what has to happen, and what needs to be conveyed, but unfortunately for me, it's one of those tricky bits where I need to bring the reader into the story while simultaneously show the passage of time... Going into details at this point might slow the pace, but I might end up having to try it... urgh!

In short, I just don't know what to say--RIGHT NOW. But in order to move on, something has to go there. I've never liked the initial write. Revising--that's different. I know I can fix it later, but there has to BE something to fix. So out it comes, and later, after I've gagged at it, I'll give a go at turning it into something good. Ahhhhhh... the process. What's yours?