Category Archives: NaBloPoMo
So, we’ve reached the end of another NaBloPoMo. I hope you’ve enjoyed reading at least some of the posts this month. I think I’ve been slightly happier with the things I’ve written than in previous years, although I’ve still posted … Continue reading
It’s got much colder here over the last couple of days. I’m sitting here in our house in several layers of clothes, plus blanket and fingerless gloves. One of my colleagues was wearing her coat in the office this afternoon. At … Continue reading
I’m afraid I haven’t got time to write anything else tonight, so here is a gratuitous cat photo instead.
A short update on Operation Gingerzep: Gingerbread has now been made. Bizarrely, it is gingerbread without any actual ginger. Apparently it should make good construction material, though, because of the high sugar content. Anyway, the gingerbread mixture was made, then … Continue reading
Today’s post can be found on my other blog.
Thanks to @laurajwilkinson I found out that today is St Catherine’s Day, also known as Catterntide. There are several St Catherines, but this particular St Catherine is Catherine of Alexandria, who is one of the patron saint of libraries and librarians … Continue reading
I was looking for blog post inspiration when I saw this: The Oxford English Dictionary's 2012 Word of the Year is "omnishambles." Can you use it in a sentence? wp.me/p2MBU6-l— Freshly Pressed (@freshly_pressed) November 23, 2012 I would love to use … Continue reading
Just to let you know, this post is not about the meaning of life or Annie Lennox. It is, in fact, about how people look for things in libraries. I am still, after quite a few years working in libraries, … Continue reading
Some things I’m thankful for. The list is not in any particular order: – Mr C – my job (I have one) – my job is not my old job – kind and helpful colleagues – our neighbours, who are … Continue reading