I was browsing my Feedly feed Tuesday - while simultaneously blowing my nose about a million times and realizing I should have stayed home with this killer cold - when this headline from BeerBrarian popped up, "Yes, Libraries are Oppressive. So what now?" , I had one of those record scratching, pumping the brakes, "Whaaa??!?!" moments, and … Continue reading Libraries are oppressive?
Last year I wrote a post - I read the news today, oh boy - in a "day in the life" type post to help people understand what I do all day. I was thinking about that post this last week for some reason and I decided I should do it again. The last time … Continue reading A day in the life
I had my candy sushi program this week and it was fun! There was a lot of prep the weekend before and the morning of like going to the store to buy the candy. Side note: it took me about 15 minutes of wandering the store looking for fruit roll-ups for the "seaweed" to go … Continue reading Candy Sushi – I could have done it better
As indicated, I have a confession: every month because of some perk from my ALA membership I get a copy of "Library Journal," and everyone month, I throw it away. Well, I recycle it because I'm really, really into recycling. (Ask my roommates, I will pick things out of the trash that can be recycled … Continue reading A librarian’s confession
I'll begin by saying this is sort of a hodge-podge post: a few book recommendations, a pondering about library patrons, and the story of how I became a "man-hater." I think I'll do a full-fledged book review later on in the week but as for now, here's some thoughts, barely related to each other. I … Continue reading Man-hater