Like The Queen
Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.

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Bess, I apologize in advance for an off topic comment here (well I could make it on topic by commenting on why I'm not doing a whole lot online these days myself - SLOW internet at the moment myself...ugh)

Anyway - what I wanted to ask is if you had read the biography of Laura that the same author has written? I haven't read any, but from the reviews on Amazon, apparently more people like that one... (I'm planning on ILLing either one then if I like it I'll buy it on Amazon, but I might as well take advantage of being a librarian and read it first!)

By Anonymous Aria, at 8:29 PM  

I love the LGBG library, although haven't spent as much time in it since they built the new education building. I used to volunteer in it, actually, when it was down at the Bloemendahl House. Now it's big and shiny and spacious and busy and feels somewhat sterile to me, but they definitely needed more space, so I'm happy they got it.

By Blogger Mary, at 12:45 PM  

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Friday, July 14, 2006  

It wasn't my intention to dissappear for so long. Blame it on dial up internet access that is so slow I may as well send Blogger my posts via pony express. Add to that wicked humidity, busy days at work, a play date on Monday and sleepless nights that keep me abed late in the mornings when I finally do get back to sleep. And Mercury is once again in retrograde so all things communicative are being snarled.

I ought to be able to post a real post tomorrow - and Real Photos on Tuesday. Monday I'll be happily being a good librarian at the Lewis Ginter Gardens Library all day, with a stop by one of the chain bookstores on the way home to pick up a copy of


I'm still feeling a bit like I'm living/drowning underwater - as if I ought to bestir myself before Something (that might be bad) Happens but since I can't put my finger on what Something might be I'll just blame it on humidity.

A real post tomorrow.

posted by Bess | 11:42 AM
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