One of the laws of the universe is that all library holds come at the same time. This is what arrived for me today at my own library. I am also working slowly through four books. I am also feeling a need to do some creative writing and just general de-cluttering of the brain.
When I was writing the “Choose Love” post I took the opportunity to read though some of the post that I wrote when I was doing my media fast last year. It’s kind of interesting to revisit that experiment. It was great experience and I want to do it again. So I am. Starting tomorrow.
I’ll see you in a week!
Yesterday everyone in my town turned in books and so I helped out at the Circulation Desk most of the day. Here is a time lapse video of the last hour of the day. The color looks weird because I used the Cross-Processing filter on You Tube. I also used some random music that they offer, as well.
Also: I need to smile more! And be less squinty-eyed. And my hair is at a jack-ass length right now (Ok, I’ll stop beating myself up now).
Circulation Desk (Photo credit: ddesroches)
Slave to the circulation desk today.
While moving we handled eleventy-billion books and in the process found all sorts of interesting things inside of them. At the end of the day I arranged them and took a photo. Here is a gallery of some of the things we found. I am thinking about making this a regular thing on my blog. It’s kinda fun.
Today was opening day of the new/old library! I wanted to write more about this but I don’t have much time. I have a whole gallery of photos to post which I will do tomorrow. My new desk is very busy. Busier than I am used to. It is situated next to both the kid’s room and the copy machine. And pretty close to the internet computers. So I didn’t get much time today to do much of anything except help people. But I loved it! It was fantastic to see all of the happy faces enjoying our new space. It was also super fantastic to help all of the kids that came to the desk. All in all, it was a great day!
Here is a photo of a tree in the kid’s room “forest.” More on that tomorrow.