After so much wait and see, this was very much a #doersdoing kind of week. The Library began offering curbside pick-up of materials for patrons notified that their holds were available and everything went pretty well! I spent time working in Children’s, Adult Reference, and Circulation, and I’ll be doing the same this coming week. I hope I get to talk to you -and be ready to suggest a new favorite snack if we chat!
If you’re still going strong on digital stories, I enjoyed all these three: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told by Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, Weather by Jenny Offill, and Recipe for a Perfect Wife by Karma Brown. Megan and Nick are funny and charming, Ms. Offill’s book is short in length but long lasting in impact, and Ms. Brown is new to me but this book has convinced me we should become good (book) friends! If you try any of these, let me know what you think (or thought)? Or maybe you’re still enjoying soothing tunes from Freegal– no worries, there’s plenty of time for all the things!
And if you want a quick, but interesting, look at the history of how Memorial Day began and changed over the years -check out this article on History.com.
Don’t forget to be kind to yourself this week!