Journal #5

This week I did manage to start my essay but only got about a page done.

I finished transcribing my interview with Mrs. Glosson.

I decided I do not need to focus so much on the upper class as I don’t think anyone is worried about their ability to retire. My paper seems to be narrowing itself down to focus purely on the middle class. I still wish to include some lower class information but tackling both will be difficult.

I was supposed to conduct an interview on Saturday morning with Betty Hundley. However, I woke up with a fever and was worried I may have had strep throat (one of my friends has it). I cancelled the interview as I did not want to get anyone sick. Instead I went to Medexpress, where I was told I only have a sinus infection (Thank God). I will be rescheduling our interview for later this week.

1 Response to “Journal #5”

  1. 1 sgglos April 17, 2012 at 1:26 pm

    Are you rescheduled with Ms. Hundley?

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