Great points/ advice from my Graduate Student friend/ mentor/ all around genius colleague and co-business owner Ms. (soon to be one day Dr.) Gina Caison. We talk a lot of stuff as we sit around planning and making the projects happen that we have planned in our heads. And of course, as the great Professor/ Teacher that she is she is straight forward and making a great point. So I pass along this advice to you all. (All three or four readers of my bloggy blog...)
And then I say - the learned must be the first to demonstrate. So I decided to look through my emails of the day to see how I'm doing... of course I will try to recreate what I was talking about without reading the actual email... to see if I can.
RE: Talk it out with me/ do some research.
In which I ask a friend of mine to talk some stuff out with me and do research. I think that gets to the heart of the matter quite well.
RE: We are ready to go live with your web page.
In which I tell an artist that I am ready to go live with his web page. See. I'm doing pretty good.
RE: Bio Questions
In which I ask an artist to answer some questions about himself, some "Bio questions." I am a subject line writer genius.
RE: Information about Arts & Crafts Fairs
In which I email some organizations about arts & crafts fairs asking for information. YAY me! (Of course they haven't emailed me back so maybe the subject should have been "I need information FROM YOU about Arts & Crafts Fairs" as they could be confused thinking I have information from them, when in reality my information for them is "gimme some information!")
RE: Misc. Pics
I guess I had some misc pics I sent to someone about something somewhere...
And I'm not doing so good on the personal side. Cause yeah. I think this about some necklaces (ya think?)
And some hats.
And some more hats. Maybe different hats. Maybe the same hats. Maybe the same email sent twice with the same subject about the same hats?
RE: Hats 2
RE: Let me know...
I don't know if this person ever let me know what I wanted to know. I should email her and ask her. The subject will be "You should let me know what I asked you to let me know in the previous email I sent asking you to let me know..."
Go forth scholars. Email...
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This is the stuff I do to survive Graduate School.
It's also other stuff I do in life.
My life is mostly Graduate School.
Cutcha RIsling Baldy is a PhD Candidate in Native American Studies at UC Davis.