Izsak Perlmutter, Reading Girl, 1926
Daily Thoughts 05/25/2020
I checked the library Twitter, the library Facebook Group, and a few other places like Nextdoor.
I read some more of Braiding Sweetgrass. The sentiment of the book is very pleasant. The author writes about family, country life, and living on the earth. I read about the Onondaga Native American pledge and three sisters, corn, squash, and beans. I find reading this book calming.
I prepared a little more for my presentation on the Overdrive e-book platform next Friday.
I spent a little more time on the IMLS CARES Act.
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