Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Twenty-Five Percent!

My April poetry class is one-fourth of the way full, which is very exciting. I think this idea to run an indie online class came just in time because my computer crashed last night--if the class fills, it should cover about half the price of a new computer. The computer crashed just after I finished writing the budget proposal for Between the Lines for the 2013-14 school year; unfortunately I wasn't able to email the proposal in time, so I'll have a little rewriting to do later today. Oh, and I have 50 essay drafts to comment on, too. I'm borrowing a computer at this moment, but of course the other big item on my to-do list for today is to buy a computer!

Oscar Wilde Meanwhile, if there's a poet in your life who might like a unique Valentine's Day gift, why not sign him or her up for an online class? As Oscar Wilde said, "Experience is one thing you can't get for nothing."

(I struggle with self-promotion, so I thought I'd turn to Oscar Wilde for inspiration!)

By the way, this photo comes from the Flickr Commons collection of the George Eastman House. If you haven't browsed the Flickr Commons before, be sure to check it out--lots of great photos from archives all over the world.

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