My first car was a Ford Pinto. In fact, it was my step-dad Doug’s Ford Pinto. When I learned how to drive (he taught me. My mom didn’t have the patience) he gave me his Pinto, which was really nice of him. It was a super dorky car to drive at the time. You may […]Read More The Dangers of Procrastination
“I used to get excited about retirement. Now that I’m retired I realize I’m too old to enjoy it.” – A Library Patron.Read More On retirement
“Come forth into the light of things. Let nature be your teacher.” –William Wordsworth.Read More you can learn lots from it.
1. One of our regular patrons brought in a dozen doughnuts for us on Friday from Joe’s Doughnuts. He said that he was helping us acquire our layer of “winter fat.” You know, because he cares about his friendly neighborhood librarians. How thoughtful of him! 2. Good thing I didn’t give away my Gap Curvy Fit pants. 3. I really […]Read More Connected Thoughts
As I mentioned previously, when I moved my blog to WordPress.com I lost all of the categories and tags to every. single. blog post I’ve ever written here. How long have I had this blog? Since January 2003. So yeah. Lots of updating and cleaning up for Miss Monica (because I compulsively have to catalog […]Read More Oh I wish I could tell the the 2009 Monica…