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Daily Thoughts 11/25/2017
I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
I rested on the way to work.
I checked the displays and the gift books.
I spent some time checking the 800s. I also looked over a few books and dvds that were not in the system.
I spent some time cleaning and organizing my desk. I found a reminder to purchase some new chairs for the computer lab. I also have to go over a database list. In addition I have to write a report for a grant which I finished the programming for. There is usually exit paperwork for grants involving programming.
I checked out the graphic novel In Search of Lost Time: Swann's Way A Graphic Novel Marcel Proust Adaptation and Drawings by Stephane Heuet, Translated by Arthur Goldhammer. This is an adaptation of a classic novel.
It is a story about French society. It is about love and relationships. I love the illustrations. They have a wonderfully aristocratic quality to them. It is very different than what I usually read. I enjoyed reading a story that has a genteel quailty to it. The intrigue is one of the illicit affair, the mistress, and where ones place is in society.
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