Sharpie tie-dying has been my most successful program yet!
Thanks! I thought a BINGO card might be less intimidating than a reading log.
Ok, this officially takes the title of most insane from that last story! Gah! Wouldn’t that cause an infection?
Yesterday I heard the most insane drug test failure story ever. A person I know took their son’s urine to a drug test, but did not bring enough. Said person then topped off the urine cup with Red Bull! They truly believed they could substitute Red Bull for urine and that it would go unnoticed.
Rita Meade’s response to Michael Rosenblum’s recent piece in the Huffington Post, “What’s a Library?”:
Honestly, I wouldn’t give articles like these a speck of my attention other than to roll my eyes IF the authors hadn’t been given a voice in a widely-read forum. As I have written in previous posts months ago about Terry Deary andTony Lee, it’s less about trying to change their minds and more about not letting those misconceptions of libraries to be sitting out there in the spotlight, unchallenged. It always has been and will always be my opinion that where there is ignorance, people need to counter it with knowledge. And, incidentally, libraries just happen to be great places to gain knowledge.
(via thelifeguardlibrarian)Source: librarylinknj
A three person passion party and then Gay Prom until 3:00am probably wasn’t the best idea the night before my first time cooking and hosting Mother’s Day dinner…. But it was fun.