Today’s the Day – The Unlovables 

listening :: a lot of emo music (the theme of this past week) and a variety of comedy podcasts; 

reading :: NJLA conference proposals and my junk email account;

eating :: iced coffee with coconut milk (I know it is 50° outside);

writing :: a library technology class outline and my most recent reviews for Library Journal (so happy to be reviewing again);

loving :: everything about the MBMBAM community;

looking ahead :: to maybe running a race tomorrow and some peace next week. 

What are you guys up?


listening :: to the endless stream of news reports

watching :: Dirty Girl and soon the weird, grey-sunny swirl of the sky on my drive down to NB

reading :: only journal articles and my final paper rough drafts as this semester winds down

wanting :: tonight’s Career Fair to be over, among other things…

working :: on updating the LISSA website – this thing can burn. (I understand now why Axa, the former webmaster, wanted nothing to do with multi-layer piece of trash. /endrant)

writing :: a final 10+ paper for Reference Resources & Services

thinking :: about Boston, this summer’s running season, NJLA 2013 and other conferences, and always, coffee.

What are you guys up?

(inspired by Erin at Library Scenester)

* * “That’s a good way to describe it” my boss said earlier this week when I had to describe how a one of the writing students looked during a session. I didn’t have any of the answers though. I thought about this exchange this morning when Laurie Halse Anderson tweeted “It feels like the whole country is holding its breath.” I’m just waiting..