Saturday, January 14, 2017

#SaturdayLibrarian in the Middle of Icepocalypse 2017

Well, according to everyone, we were supposed to have this horrible ice storm all weekend. Although we definitely did get some ice (my bleary self can attest to having to scrape off ice from my car that was about a half an inch think), the drive into work today was a piece of cake. Looking at the radar, it seems that all we should get from here on out is rain. Lots of rain. We were supposed to get this horrible, awful, no good winter this year, but it's been pretty tame so far. Then again, we are only half way through January and February can be murder here in Missouri.

And so, despite my fervent prayers that my library district and everything else would be closed today, so I wouldn't have to #SaturdayLibrarian, my hopes did not come to fruition. Instead, it is a very slow Saturday in the library thus far. That's not such a bad thing. There's a lot of stuff I need to get done. I have program wrap-up I need to do from Wednesday's meeting of my #ReadHarder challenge group, there's planning I need to do for a couple of upcoming programs, I need to write up a summary of things I learned from Wednesday's LibAnswers implementation committee meeting and send that out to my co-workers, I need to plan an upcoming book display, et cetera et cetera et cetera. It will feel good to get all of this done, but all I really want to do is snuggle with my hubby and marathon Harry Potter movies.

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