Lost a great book in the airport today. It’s left a great hole in my life, and I’m not really a book person. When things are lost, is it their next life incarnation? Where has it gone? Who will enjoy reading it next? Will it sit in a dark room for years until someone picks it up and takes it home?
and… more importantly… what will i tell the library…… ?
Lunchtime for the weekend crew. My crockpot was feeling neglected, so I brought it to work with me. Chicken korma, and our awesome reference librarian brought in the na’an.
Decorating your library for the holidays is both festive and beautiful
But it can really be a drawback when some of the employees have the attention span of a caffeine-addled kitten.
And when I say “some of the employees” I of course mean me.
I keep getting distracted by the ornaments dangling from the ceiling and keep swiping at them. I genuinely feel like
Also the lights, while twinkly, sparkly, and pretty, are distracting as hell.
"can you talk about something other than Doctor Who?"
The majority of my co-workers seem to say this constantly. Not out loud, mind you. They scream it with their eyes.
Dedicated to all the bookworms and bibliophiles.
Never give up on the written word!
Teens need libraries. Watch this video and let teens tell you why.
The entrance of the Duluth public library, Minnesota