Monthly Archives: July 2004

Ashley with Mary and Sue

Our friends, Sue and Mary, came to visit this weekend. They had a lot of fun looking things up on the internet. The visit had a “quasi-jeopardy” style feel… you know somone would ask a question and everyone would scramble … Continue reading

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Ashley at Movie In The Park

Ashley, Julia, Avery, and myself had a good time at the Cass District Library Movie in the Park this Friday. The movie was Finding Nemo, which Julia loved. I had a good time too, until the condor-sized mosquitos started attacking … Continue reading

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Where have I been?

Well, we have been having some trouble at….but things seem to be better now. I do hope that we can get this comment spam thing under control. Anyway, it has been some time since my last post. What is … Continue reading

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Performs other duties as assigned

I spent this week painting, moving books and constructing furniture for the Howard Branch of the Cass District Library. I guess this is what”performs other duties as assigned means :).

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What String Instrument Am I?

My #1 result for the selector, Which string instrument are you?, is Viola- smart, outgoing, and strong

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Fourth of July

We had a very nice weekend. Alice and Jim came for the weekend, and my mom and dad joined us for a cookout on the fourth. We had surf and turf (South Beach Friendly) and Blueberry cobler (not-so South Beach … Continue reading

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This is very disturbing! I am the number one search result for “Librarian Weird Sex” I wonder who was searching for this anyway?

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Wi-Fi Authentication

So, we have installed a wireless router at one of the branch libraries. I would like to offer public access, but I need to come up with some way to force patrons to accept our Internet usage policy. (CDL does … Continue reading

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