I’m so nervous. I will be beginning the school year at a brand new school. I began my new career as a library media specialist 3 years ago at the biggest elementary school in the district and thought I might not survive. I was in a sink or swim situation and fortunately I learned how to keep my head above water and swim. Being at that school was the best and worst thing that happened to me. Worst because it was so big - so many students and staff members - it was terrifying. But, it ended up being the best thing that ever happened to me because I had to learn so much on the fly. I learned so much and have been blessed with some very wonderful life long friends that were once just colleagues. I am really going to miss working there. But this new school is only 3 minutes from my home and is best for the “good of the order” - my family. I will begin blogging about this new adventure to mainly express my feelings in a healthy way. I wonder if anyone out there is going through a similar experience?
Coolest darn library/bookshop I’ve ever seen! In Beaufort, NC
Love this!! Of course you can always improve your spelling but even that is poetic as part of this sign. #teachersofinstagram #teachers #quote
“My mom has always supported the idea of beauty coming from the inside, and that me being ‘cool with myself’ is really the only thing that people remember at the end of the day.”
This sums it up fairly well…
I’m familiar with this method.
Yes, this is why it takes hours.
When a librarian types one (1) letter into the browser, and immediately six cached library catalog pages appear in the address bar history.
one book review before i leave! i just finished the redbreast and my pulse is racing and i’ve got adrenaline coursing through me. this was such an exciting book! plus, i’m leaving for a 10-day vacation in half an hour and i had a buttload of coffee this morning. so all those things!
Nobody knows when the last goodbye is