I'm not much for anniversaries, but I thought it worth mentioning that this blog was born one year ago today.
I'm still figuring out what I'm doing here - I'm surprised by the fact that I'm still at it, pleased to have a forum for thoughts that don't fit under any of my official blogging duties for LANCR, CLA Montreal Chapter or Librarian Activist, and thrilled to be keeping my writing muscles strong. I do struggle to find ideas and to ensure I post (as) regularly (as humanly possible), but overall I'm glad I stuck this out past the OPL Web 2.0 course.
A big thank you to all of you who are readers, and to those of you who've linked to me on your blogs. I really appreciate the sense of community tied to the blogging world. You guys make it worth it, and every comment still makes me excited!
This is not a terribly inventive post, so sorry, guys! I'm off to teach and then work the aft/eve shift now.... And then spend the weekend with KARE-LYNNNNN!!!
Current projects: a reading map for the Olympics (damn straight I'm linking to that great article about the torch...), a booklist of kids' books about orchestras (yes, Lemony Snicket's The Composer Is Dead will be in there), and various branch-related stuff, including a teen survey (send me your fav. Olympic and orchestra books!)
Currently reading: The Taken, by the mysterious Inger Ash Wolfe. It's a compelling read, even if I will never be a mystery addict.