My summer in my hometown is coming to an end. I’m returning to my second home in the Midwest!! Now, the real question did I get anything done here. In my previous blog entry, I stated I was working on many different projects. Especially, my manuscript, Searching For Memories In La Colonia: Migration, Labor, And Activism In Oxnard, California, 1930-1980.
Our mother with her PhD sons! Dr. Jose G. Moreno and Dr. Luis H. Moreno!
And like all of my projects, I only focus on a couple sections at a time. So, in other words, yes I got somethings done on them!! And between the walking, reading, and writings, I spend sometime with my familia!
Like always, I’m leaving Chiques with memories of struggles, happiness, and love. Goodbye! See you later!
Like always, every summer I return to blogging. The summer gives me the opportunity to practice my writing skills and share my research & thoughts about the world around me to everyone.
Right now, I’m in Chiques hanging out with my family. My goal is work on the following projects:
- Searching For Memories In La Colonia: Migration, Labor, And Activism In Oxnard, California, 1930-1980 (manuscript)
- “Aliens” In Ohio: Constructing The Narrative Of Mexicans In The Midwest, 1930’s—1950’s (article)
- Cruisin’ With Los Veteranos: Community And Identity In Southern California (article)
Hopefully, I finish something. Plus, I’m enjoying eating some Mexican food!!