Well, it was a very personal night. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Andria and her family. Andria lost her grandmother Tuesday. She actually got the call during session while we were talking about her week with family back home in Kansas. Needless to say, we didn’t get any projects worked on. However, being there for her was just as, if not more important, than working on projects for an hour. Bless her and her family.
Since we didn’t get to work on any writing material or matters, we didn’t have time to go over writing events that Andria found. But before we parted, she did tell me where she went online to find different events that may interest us. City Beat has a section for poetry and literary events. I haven’t had a chance to go in depth and actually build a schedule. But I will. I’m thinking if we do something once or twice a month, that would be good. Of course, if anyone has any suggestions (any events you go to or other groups you’re a part of) please share.
Lastly. Remember we have NaNoWriMo coming up in November. If you have not been to the website to find out more about this extensive one-month project, visit it now www.nanowrimo.org. It’s going to be a lot of fun. And again, during this process, I want us to get together at least once a week to help each other get over the humps of the project. Having done one myself, I can tell you, support is necessary. We have one more session this month, however, if anyone wants to get together before or after the 20th, let me know and we’ll work out a time.
That’s all for now. Lots of love and carrots.