Tues. Nov. 20, 2012: Pushing Through

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Waning Moon
Uranus Retrograde
Mercury Retrograde
Cloudy and cold

A good writing session yesterday kicked off a busy day. Worked with students, took the garbage to the dump, tried to get something signed off on that should have gone out last week, but until the top gun signs off, I can’t do anything — I’ve done my bit, now it’s in their court.

Did my week’s coursework for the World History class, so that wasn’t hanging over my head. Worked on developing some ideas. Today, I’ll focus on the Mythology class. The Astronomy class starts next week — we heard from the instructor, and it sounds pretty exciting.

Have to wrap up a lot of stuff before the holiday weekend starts. Remember, the deadline for the Playwright application is on Sunday — you can get it here. And the Flash 7 Workshop information (it runs from Dec. 7-16) is here.

Not a lot of exciting stuff to say — a lot of writing is percolating, but it’s that delicate stage where it can’t yet be discussed. I’m trying to get back on track with a few deadlined projects that have stalled — I just have to push through. I’m juggling too many balls, and I’m afraid of dropping any of them, mostly because I have to keep a certain amount of money coming in.

Off we go — I hope the rest of this week goes smoothly!



  1. You’re one of the best jugglers in the biz, Devon. I’m sure if anyone can manage all those projects, it’s you.

    I turned in one assignment this week and now have four. Two aren’t due until January, but the most recent assignment is due on the 28th. Thankfully, in barely one day a great publicist somehow set up all three interviews I need before he headed out of town for Thanksgiving. I’ll have three interviews Wednesday, so that makes today my cleaning day.

  2. Just finished my poetry class. I’m going to miss it. I’ve never taken any course — in-person or otherwise — that was so well run.

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