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1. miss louise brooks

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2. Wushu

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3. Frame

I'm crazy about frame lately. white frame. brown frame. black frame. Big. small. medium frame. Love them all. And they all confusing me, like shouting, asking me to give them a nice place to be hang somewhere..

And I promise them that I'll give them a nice place and pictures inside them. And these are some of the first batch that already have a comfort place :)

:: In the living room

:: In my daughter bedroom, the flying little guy on a blue flower seed

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4. Much Ado about Shushers

Is everyone else sick to death of discussing Sunday's New York Times article, "A Hipper Crowd of Shushers"? Sorry...I'm going to put my two cents in, too.

I have been absolutely amazed and dismayed by the reaction in some of the library community to the story. This was a "Fashion & Style" section article...you know, about how some people dress and where they hang out and what kind of clothes they wear. But from the tone of some of the reactions, you would think that this was a serious sociological dissertation about the entire profession. The NEWLIB-L listserv has been all a-twitter (no plug intended) about this article for three days now, and at least half a dozen people have sent me the link. (Why is beyond me; no one has EVER accused me of being hip.) (Oh. Maybe that's the point.)

The reaction on The Annoyed Librarian is what really floored me. It opens with the anonymous Annoyed's screed against the story, "Take the 'Hip' Librarians, Please." Ordinarily, I would assume that any blog post that riffs a one-liner from Henny Youngman couldn't be all bad. This is a rule of thumb I will need to reconsider. But then, as of this morning, there are 36 additional comments, many even more vituperative in their comments about the article, about the people profiled in the article, and about the state of the library world in general.

I don't understand. We get furious when the media offer images of us as repressed spinsters and/or prissy confirmed bachelors. We get furious when they write about as young hipsters. When will we not be furious? And why do we waste so much time being furious?

The victim mentality in this profession needs to have a wooden stake driven through its heart ASAP.

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5. Corrugated Frame

We made a corrugated frame to match The Squirrel's new Farm Room!
Here's what we did: Take a piece of corrugated cardboard (on the edge, you see that inside is made of wavy cardboard):
Peel off the top layer to reveal the corrugation (easiest to have a tool like a pencil to run up the grooves) This part takes the longest so if your child will lose patience, have this done beforehand):
Then cut an opening of any size, paint and decorate! :

(Then put a piece of cardboard of the same size behind it with the picture inside.)

Here are mine that I made for our baby's nursery:
I drybrushed white on top of the main color, and I used wire flower decorations, very scrapbooky.

By: ErinSherman & TheSquirrel, age 3 1/2

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6. The General and His Wife AND The General and His Mistress

The General & His Wife AND The General & His Mistress

Come take a closer look at some of the details on my blog.

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