Unsurprisingly, given the title of this blog, I am a librarian. At work, I try and help people find things, either by cataloguing them or by working with people using the library. At home, I enjoy knitting, gardening, writing (usually non-fiction), reading eclectically, making dinners and baking cakes, watching sci-fi, cooking programmes and mystery series, and attempting to learn Hebrew. Not all at the same time. Well, I can knit and watch stuff at the same time, but that’s as far as it goes. Out and about, I like going to the seaside, taking photographs, singing in choirs, and sometimes playing my flute if I can find an opportunity to do so. I go to church and I enjoy theology, but I don’t think I’ve quite mastered being a Christian. My ambitions are to learn to sing properly, improve my piano skills, play the cello and saxophone, do a tour of America by public transport, go on a cruise to New York (maybe combine these two?), be good, and stay calm. I have a congenital heart defect and a pacemaker. I volunteer as a proof reader and occasional writer for The Somerville Foundation. I’ve been writing blog posts in various places since 2003, which is possibly far too long.
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