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Since I am not an overly happy person myself, I feel a lot of empathy for those who suffer with ongoing depression. As a (retired) librarian, it is logical for me to think about and explore ways that libraries and … Continue reading
I was pretty busy at the Wisconsin Library Association Conference last week, so I didn’t make it to a lot of sessions. But I always learn something when I do—and last week was no exception. I plan to let you … Continue reading
I’ve just returned from vacation, and am trying to catch up on email and other projects, so today’s post is simply to tell you about a cool article: Scout Creates Giant Scrabble Set for Highland Library: Poor eyesight can no … Continue reading
I spent last week in Minnesota with my mother and sister; much of the week was actually spent in the hospital in Rochester, because my 91-year-old mother had some kind of incident, probably a very tiny stroke or seizure. She … Continue reading
As I celebrate my 40th high school class reunion, the early 1970s are much on my mind. The public library of my youth, the library I worked at after school and on weekends, has come a long way. The building … Continue reading