The title makes me think, 'well what about you?' I've slowly been working on a thought. It's been in my cranium crock pot for awhile. The truth is I don't think I should be a librarian full time. I don't want to be a librarian full time either. What I mean by that is I do want to work 40 hours a week. I do want to be on desk and off desk. I want to be out in the community and going to book club. I want to participate in ALA Think Tank and Teen Think Tank while I'm at work sometimes when I am off work too. I will always be a bookworm. I will watch nerdy tv and get my geek on for things non-librarians might be puzzled about. I will continue to get inordinately happy about office supplies.
|Thanks, Tennyson. I'll do that.|
I still want to make a portfolio of my library work. I still want to take some online classes, attend more conferences and invite more people to book club. However I also want to try some new things and look for some new hobbies. I want some sort of creative outlet. I love my blogging but its writing which is like reading which relates back to literature and books and libraries and oh dear here we are again. I need to run and bike more. I need to come home from work and not do more work. And I definitely will never check my work mail from home ever, ever again. Thats a cardinal sin.
So about that list, I'm not sure what else will be on it but here is the beginning:
- Visit people. For all the times people have said you should come and see us. Well now I'm going to do it. There are people I haven't seen and places I've never been because things always conflicted with work. Work is just gonna have to wait.
- sportsing, just kidding. probably not.