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1. Tough Subjects, Dealing with

So, on a daily basis I deal with a really tough topic. Not only do I see people cry almost every single day, but often times I provide people with death dates of lost love ones, provide photographs of unspeakable acts, and verify quotes by Hitler.I have been thinking about what other professions deal with tragedy every single day : ER Doctors, Funeral Home Directors, Insurance Agents. Seriously,

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2. Alive, I'm

With Summer just around the corner, I have realized that my life has been the busiest it has ever been. Frankly, I'm enjoying every minute of it.Since last I posted the library that I work in has opened. So has the museum that the library is contained within.I have spent the last 26 weeks assisting the training of docents, volunteers, and working with other museum staff to get the place up and

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3. Icon, New Fashion

Moral of this blog: Yeah! A new fashion icon. I haven't had one in a while.

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4. IL2007 & work with WebJunction - it's fun!

I'm at IL2007 and am having a great time. WebJunction people (pictured on our homepage here) are blogging our conference experiences here and I think we're all having a great time. Be sure to check it out if you'd like to hear more about what's happening at this year's festivities - you can also follow me at twitter if you want the play-by-play.

Meanwhile, applications are rolling in for three open Community positions on the WebJunction team. If you're interested in social networking tools and online community programming, or helping library service agencies build their own communities, please check out these current opportunities on the OCLC careers site (search for Seattle if you want to check out the jobs I'm referring to, or for WebJunction if you just want the general scoop), and LMK if you have questions!

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5. Flowers, May

One of the things I love most about Spring is the ready availability of tulips in this fine city of mine. Here, I have a spray of parrot tulips in a seafoam green McCoy vase on my Duncan Phyfe dining room table. You can see my letter opener next to the vase. This morning when I woke up, the tulips had all opened up, and some of them started to tilt under their own weight. It was so wonderful

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6. Red, Fire Engine

This is my new book wagon! I'm so jazzed. Moral of this blog: Hot librarians need hot accessories.

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7. Entendre, Double

While cataloging today, I came across an old copy of Time Magazine from November 19, 1945. This ad amuses me to no end. And now you can enjoy it too. Moral of this blog: Happy National Coming out day. (even thought that's not today, but soon enough)

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