Saturday writing

Read and read and read and then write all at once.
That is how I work.

So far, this chapter has fifteen (15) primary sources and one (1) secondary source — and that secondary source is only a placeholder until I can track down the primary source it is quoting. It was pretty boring earlier this week while I typed up Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, Isidore of Seville, and other dead guys, but today it’s been quite fun putting them in dialogue with each other.

There’s nothing like actually writing that makes one feel better about the progress of her thesis.

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P.S.
Yes, you have still reached the blog of Chera’s Memoirs of a Vagabond. I thought that after three years of having the same layout it was time for a change.

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2 thoughts on “Saturday writing

  1. Sarah says:

    So glad you were successful! I was extremely confused when I saw this page…even double checked to be sure I was at your page! I really like it! 🙂

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