Twelve days – might be the longest gap between posts in this blog’s history. Life has been busy, full of work and school and ultimate frisbee games (and hanging out with the team, which effectively vacuums up what “free time” I have left, in a very pleasant way).
Yesterday was the longest day of the year (daylight-wise), Summer Solstice. Our game started at 6:30 and it was still completely light out – didn’t get fully dark till sometime after 9.
Tomorrow I’m off to New Orleans for the ALA Annual Conference – back on Tuesday after what I suspect will be an extremely long six days. We’ll see what happens when that many librarians converge on a city at once…
What I’ve been reading: Started Early, Took My Dog, Kate Atkinson; Bossypants, Tina Fey
What I’ve been listening to: Guster on Ice, Live From Portland, Guster; Sink or Swim and The ’59 Sound, Gaslight Anthem; Reconstruction Site, The Weakerthans; Cheer Up! and Why Do They Rock So Hard?, Reel Big Fish; The Moon My Saddle and Exit 263, Chamberlain; Human Amusements at Hourly Rates, Guided By Voices