Feb 15, 2009

Writing Goal Week #7

The Writing Goal Update for this week is better than last week. I not only made progress on the one poem I've been working on, but I worked on a second poem I had set aside some time ago. I'm not completely sure they are done, but at least I've made progress.

By the way, anyone know what those highway workers are called? Those ones that paint the lines on highways and roads? Or the name of the machines used to paint the lines on roads?

So, for Writing Goal Week #7:

If I can find the answers to the above questions, I may be able to finish one poem.

However, if I don't I need to start working on some other projects for a while.

Have a great week, everyone.

9 comments:

softdrink said...

Google says striping machine.

As far as the person who uses it? No clue, unless you can say CalTrans (or whoever your state road crews work for).

Serena said...

Softdrink: Thanks for the heads up from google.

Iliana said...

You may have already answered this some other time but are the poems you working on for a collection and are you sending them to publications?

That's great that you were able to get back to the poem you had set aside!

Serena said...

Iliana: No I haven't been asked that...or have I? I guess I can address that in the next Sunday writing goal post. Thanks for popping by.

Anna said...

You'll have to show me the latest versions on these poems! I'm curious to see what you've done with them. Good job on making progress!

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

Serena said...

Anna: I'll have to think about that one.

Marie said...

congrats on making progress and can't wait to hear about what you've written next! :-)

Dawn - She is Too Fond of Books said...

If the machine is a striping machine, maybe the workers are stripers?

While we're at it, let's find the name of the machine that moves the divider on the Tappanzee Bridge (we call it the zipper machine, but I'm sure that's not right!)

Wishing you continued progress ...

Serena said...

Dawn: Stripers, maybe...lol a zipper machine, that's great! Thanks for the well wishes.