Sapeurs 33 pages
Thursday afternoon: Paper!
For Foreign Relations:
Rachel St. John, Line in the Sand: A History of the Western US-Mexico Border (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010) 14 more pages
Interview with Mike Romo by Oscar J. Martinez, 1976, “Interview no. 215,” Institute of Oral History, University of Texas at El Paso. 36 pages
Interview with Wesley E. Stiles by Wesley C. Shaw, 1986, “Interview no. 756,” Institute of Oral History, University of Texas at El Paso. 21 pages
Essay 3-5 pages!
Yay I actually got some shit done!
Tomorrow morning is blue. Tomorrow night is in red. Wednesday is in purple. Thursday is in orange.
So basically, at 1 pm tomorrow, I will need to read all of Sapeurs and take really good notes so Thursday afternoon I can bust out a quick little paper.
Then I if I have time before class starts, I need to work the 407 paper. After African class I will need to continue with this paper and finish it by night. Including chicago style citations.
If it's not too late, I can begin the Roman readings. The most important being the longest ones bolded in red.
Wednesday afternoon- finish the readings and take the quiz. THEN try to get a quick thesis for the African paper.
Then this weekend, flash cards for Roman vocab.
A working thesis for all the possible paper prompts.
Furthermore, figure out Brazil midterm study guide.
Oh, also. Tomorrow morning, do hair, wear clothes I can wear all day, pack a lunch (sandwich). Need to call the doctor, need to pay charter, need to cash check. Need to....do fafsa. There's a lot but that's all I can think of right now.
Gonna get in bed and begin the african readings and fall asleep. Adios Mios!