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Obligatory First Day of the Year Post

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a snuggly purring feline in one’s lap inhibits standing.  So apparently I need to sit, pet Gypsy, work on some blog posts that don’t require standing and fetching pictures, and such. Of course, every time she changes position or tries to make the laptop keyboard a spot on […]

Tomorrow is the Day!

Well, my week of respite is finally up.  I didn’t think I’d need so long to get settled in but having a week’s reprieve between moving day and day 1 has been blissful. I’ve slept a great deal of it.  I’m a little concerned how the cat will handle being on her own for more […]

Be Inspired…and Stay Up Too Late

I didn’t get a lot of sleep Tuesday morning. I grabbed a disco nap after dinner Monday night but when Restaurant Man doesn’t get done at work til midnight, a hedgehog may end up out at the places with the latest last call.  Hooray for nice taxi drivers who work the wee hour shift and […]

This is a Song for My Generation

Over the past couple of years, I’ve commented about the focus on teens and a lack of library service to young adults–which by my definition is people over 18.  Following the discussions I had with people at ALA last summer, I kept editing and working on a draft about what kind of programs to offer, […]

Photo Break Friday

Since you suffered through my nearly 1700 word diatribe, I figured you’d bear with me for a couple of completely non-library related images. Over Christmas, Gypsy got to watch “Cat TV” at the Incredibly-Patient-Mother’s house. There were a ton of birds hanging out in the backyard and three very healthy and acrobatic squirrels. I’m told […]