Mostly, I want to be a Children’s Librarian when I hear about programs like this one over at the Show Me Librarian (Missouri! My birth-state!) where they had a professional ballerina come to talk about ballet, read a book, do some crafts, and take photos. Seriously!? This is such a fantastic idea. She even teaches them little steps and wears her costume! I’m not even a big girlie-girl or a huge ballet fan and I think this would be amazing!
Then other times I remember boogers; there are less boogers in YA. At my library all children’s books circulate at the Main Desk, so there is a booger possibility – and last week a kid spit on the desk for no reason, the little cherub – but it’s fairly low. I did have a highly traumatic incident where I got an adult booger on me through a library card exchange. I had to run to the bathroom and scrub my hands immediately afterword. Kids boogers are gross but you have to take the age of a booger producer into account. Adult boogers are unacceptable.
That’s it for day. I think I’ve hit an all-time high of the amount of times I’ve used “booger” in a blog post. Actually, it’s probably the most times I used “booger” in anything I’ve ever written. I’m so proud of myself. Go out there and exceed your expectations today, friends!