Thursday, December 1, 2016
Live from the front desk of the library!
It has been a long time since I've done one of these "Live" broadcasts from the service desk. But sometimes a blogger has to work without a net otherwise they might lose their reflexes. So here I am out at the front desk of the library, taking it as it comes, two hours of live reporting from the beating heart of a major near urban library. And let me tell you, I have been working here for decades and I've learned that anything can happen out here. Something wild might happen! Something crazy! Amazing, bizarre spectacles that will astonish, delight, or horrify you may take place tonight, right before your eyes.
But they probably won't.
Nevertheless, you will have a ringside seat to view it all. So grab some popcorn, a box of band-aids, a stiff drink, and a friendly cat, because we are going live from the public library service desk!!!
Oddly busy here. Was not
Expecting this. It's been quiet enough lately that I thought
Actually these would be pretty interesting stories if I could tell you
them instead of living them. I was
on a ladder.
And so, our time is up!
I can see how this might have turned out a little disappointing for you. I think maybe on this blog I give the impression that I am not a terribly hard worker. I am even inclined to give that impression to my co-workers. But I would like to say that this is an unplanned demonstration, sadly lacking in entertainment, that shows that most of the most valuable work we do around here is invisible. At least it is for me.
Can I tell you what I did for two hours? Eh, I can't see it either, but it was mostly good deeds, which I believe are always best when they're hidden.
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
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