Reading At A Table, Pablo Picasso, 1934
Daily Thoughts 12/11/2018
I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
I read some more of The Bullet Journal Method on the way to work. I am finding it very easy to follow and useful. I like how it is easy to put together a monthly plan with this method. It is helping me create better lists of what I need to do and track.
I spent some time preparing to contact people for Give Gab.
I have a copy of the New York Times Book Review and Library Journal to read.
I spent some time placing orders for new books.
I started writing a report for the Lets Build Robots campaign on Give Gab. We had 106 teens and tweens who have participated so far.
I read a little more of Weaponized Lies. I am reading about what makes an expert.
We had a meeting with a Westchester Library System. We discussed prison re-entry to society and a variety of services. I learned that there was a welcome card for people coming out of long term rehabilitation or prison https://connections.westchesterlibraries.org/about/wls-welcome-card-registration/. I also learned about a site which lists connections to services from the Westchester Library System,
There was a celebration during the Crochet Group hours from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Fundamentals of Computers Class and the Beginning Microsoft Word class is tonight in the computer lab.
We also have a holiday cookie decorating program from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Grace Greene Baker Community Room.
I checked out two books today, The Gifts of Acceptance Embracing People and Things as They Are by Daniel A. Miller and The Richest Man In Babylon by George S. Clason.
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