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Second Generation Librarian.

9:00 a.m.: Atrium Meeting – Sit around and discuss reference vs. directional questions for Survey Week in August. Have a heated discussion over whether or not to have a room bookings calendar at all access points AND the maintenance closet, or just in one place. In retrospect, I am not sure who won that argument. I hope it was me.

9:25 a.m.: Courier box mystery solved. No comment on Summer Camp communication <grumble grumble>…

10:30 a.m.: Last Tuesday morning Baby Goose story time of the summer! <sniff sniff> Also last Baby Goose time EVER for some of my bébés due to maternity leaves ending. 🙁 I took a picture with Hannah, who’s been coming to Baby Goose since she was 3 months (or so) old! I can’t believe how much she’s grown since January. It’s sad that I won’t be able to accommodate an evening BG in my schedule to keep kids like her coming to the library for story time. Her mom actually writes a really awesome blog about all kinds of parenting. It’s very organized and well-written and focuses on every aspect of baby-dom: food, toys, books of course, and even diapers!  While I’m not ready to personally use any of her wonderful advice (my husbandito just breathed a sigh of relief) I find it really useful to stay up to date on parenting issues as the main purveyor of baby time at the library.

11:00 a.m.: Reading my comment forms from Baby Goose all 4 of them out of 60 – who the hell gave me a 3 in all categories???

11:30 a.m.: TRIUMPHED over the drama drama for Winter 2010 situation! Whoo! I now can rest slightly easier knowing that kids in Markham will be able to take drama classes this winter. Also it was the only responsibility I had for W10, so it would have been a total FAIL if I had come up empty-handed.

12:00 p.m.: Totally typical lunch of cucumber/cream cheese bagel

1:00 – 5:00 p.m.: Refdesk.

Drive home and run.

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