I’m not into sports, but I love watching this clip. Always remember to put in 100% even if you are in last place.
John Water’s Five Book You Should Read to Live a Happy Life If Something Is Basically the Matter with With You
- In Youth Is Pleasure by Denton Welch
- We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver
- The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead
- Two Serious Ladies by Jane Bowles
- Darkness and Day by Ivy Compton-Burnett
From Role Models
— John Waters, Role Models
E-crush was an early version of Tinder: discuss.
I’m reading about a program NYPL coordinates that helps incarcerated fathers make audio recordings of themselves reading storybooks so it can be sent to their kids and I am in tears at my desk.
Libraries are amazing.
Big shoutout to transformativetidbits for the question today! We’re all at different stages and have different goals in mind, so feel free to tweak the question to fit you.
Who/what/where/when/why did you decide to go to library school, or become a librarian or information specialist or library enthusiast?
I decided to become a librarian my senior year of high school after a string of internships that made me realize I had no idea what I wanted to be when I grew up. The internship coordinator had a niece who was a local children’s librarian and she arranged for me to job shadow her for a day. I wasn’t very excited about the idea of hanging out with a children’s librarian but we ended up having a great day! In the afternoon she sent me to go hang out with the staff working the adult reference desk and I found myself wishing I could return to her area.
I originally went to library school with the hopes of becoming a children’s librarian in a public library but now am a systems librarian in special collections.