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Trivia Night!

Friday: Friday was a long, but good, day. I had work in the morning and then later on that night I went to a Trivia Night with everyone from work. There was a fundraiser going on for the town I work in. There were teachers from most of the town’s schools, parents, and general residents of the town. Let me tell you… the place was packed. The Trivia Night was at a venue walking distance from my house and I’ve been there a few times before. I have never in my life seen the place so full of people.

It was ten rounds of trivia, but at the end of round four only the top 50% kept playing. Needless to say, we stopped after round four. My work had three tables called Material Girls, Uptown Girls, and Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (we were dressed up as the 80s). Material Girls came in dead last, Uptown Girls (the table I sat at) came in second to last, and GJWHF came in fourth to last. The main point is that we had fun and that’s all that matters!

I got three questions right and two of them were book questions, so I was proud of myself for that. If there was a trivia night dedicated to books and authors, I would so do that! That would be so much fun.

Saturday: I was down for the count. I stayed up late Friday night because of the trivia night and I was exhausted all day Saturday. I didn’t really do anything too exciting–I cleaned up a bit, went food shopping, and printed out the second draft of Detective Florence.

I have to edit the first chapter of that by March 15 for my local writer’s group, which will meet the last Saturday of March. You never really think how quickly the 15th of the month comes up until it’s the 8th and you realized you only have about a week left to get it done… oops.

Sunday: I went to church and we talked about helping people, being nice to people, and what it means to be happy. It was a good lesson, if I do say so myself.

Kris and I started playing a new video game and we wrote for a little bit. I tried to organize some of my writing things and I worked on this week’s blog posts. So… hopefully those will be good.

This Week: I hope to get my homework done as soon as possible for this week. The following week is Spring Break so I want to have as much time off from school as I can get to focus on writing for the time being.

I also have to edit the second draft’s first chapter of Detective Florence by March 15 to pass it into my local writer’s group. In addition to that, I hope to get some outlining done for my Camp NaNo project.

Those are my two biggest writing goals at the moment. If I can get more done, then I definitely will.

How was your weekend?

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Born and raised in Massachusetts, Rachel Poli is a writer and blogger. She has an associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education and a bachelor’s degree in English Studies. She enjoys writing young adult novels, middle-grade, and children’s picture books. She is currently working on her first novel.

2 thoughts on “Trivia Night!

  1. The trivia night sounds lovely – I’m so glad you had fun, even though you didn’t do so well! 😉 And YAY for spring break + writing groups coming up – that’ll be very nice, no?

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