I'm starting a new semester at PBCC tomorrow. I'm taking four classes. I think I'll do well this term. We'll see.
I'm actually looking forward to learning this fall. Not only from my classes but also by my indepentdent studies. I just finished House of Bush, House of Saud by Craig Unger. And I am going to read Richard Clarke's Against All Enemies. House of Bush was a good read. And the narrative flow made it an easy one. It is very insightful. It could possibly be used as a reference tool as a result of the painstaking detail that Unger goes into. I enjoyed it.
But it is independent studies like these that I will be focusing on. I tried to sign up for some courses that could help me on the way (e.g. International Politics, Middle-Eastern History) but I was not so lucky. So American Lit. is going to have to do. Wish me luck.