Sunday, 27 February 2011

A Round Of Words - Check-in 16

Not sure what to put in this check in. Well after putting Shroud down, I've done no reading and spent the latter part of the week trying to put my poetry hat on straight.

I wrote one poem for my course on Thursday night.

Typed up the evaluation of above poem on Saturday.

Wrote and evaluated another poem on Saturday as well as a few twitter poems (which can be found under my favourites if you're curious.)

Also somewhere over the last few days, I can't actually remember when, I added another poem to my submission package and got another 5 to write for that before I can submit.

I also flipped through my course materials and after the current assignment that's due today there's a lot more work involved so the future for Shroud is looking shaky at the moment. And I'm still not reading enough poetry.

Recent posts you may have missed:
My poem Sand Man
My Friday 56 entry
Check in 15

How are the rest of the ROW80ers doing?


How's the crew doing?

5 comments:

Rebecca J Fleming said...

Sounds like you're still doing a good job juggling your course work with writing goals; writing some poetry is better than no writing at all :)
I should get a writing hat... Screw it, I've ordered a purple beret from ebay simply because it's cool. Thus it shall be my official Writing Hat, with capitals and all.

lauralynnelliott said...

Sounds like you're doing fine. You're really busy and doing what you can do!

CathrynLouis said...

Great progress on your poems...and your course work always has to come first. Shroud is there waiting for when you have time for it. You're doing great at keeping your priorities straight.

sharongerlach said...

You're doing great. Real life always tends to get in the way sometimes. Revise your goals & soldier on. :-) I like the poems you have posted. Right up my alley. hehe

C.Farrell said...

Your course work is important and any writing is valuable, as far as I'm concerned. Whether it's poetry, short stories or an entire novella, every word you write helps your craft in some way. I'd embrace it rather than see it as a loss. :)