A crash course in changing the world.
I wish I had more time right now to update this site. I am working on SEED in my spare time, but my Master's Program is seriously getting in the way of extranious writing. I seriously have been researching and writing a ton- but none of it has been really related to argicultural sustainability and growth in Serria Leone.
Someone else (I cannot remember who) complained about how SEED falls in line with US's semester system schedule. It really hurts my ability to work in the way I want to on this. If it were due the week after, it would rock. But between all the papers that I am suppose to complete by the week of May 3rd- squeezing out an Evokation is going to be a serious challenge. I am up to it; I just wish I had more space and time to embellish the details in a way that will satisfy me.
Some of you have asked about me, and I thank you for your encouragement and curiosity. I am here, I am aware of some of the things going on, and I'm hoping to have some actual substance to my communication on here soon.
But, school wize, I am doing policy research on Don't ask Don't Tell, group analysis of a class assigned group, substance abuse project of somekind, whatever I am suppose to write for my internship, and a few journal entries, and a commentary thrown in for good measure.
Don't attempt to get your master's unless you like writing, and coffee.