Making mountains out of trail markers | NPR (re: Things that I didn’t know had names) Librarian-hosted radio show earns recognition | Nanaimo News Bulletin Beat mental roadblocks on the run | Runner’s World Bridging the experience gap | Cecily Walker The hall of fame speech Junior Seau’s daughter couldn’t give | New York Times
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Parking is limited at the library. The “staff parking” consists of four spots for at least 15 people at any given time. Street parking is a nightmare. Luckily my shifts overlap with the “dead” time in the parking lot so parking hasn’t been a big problem. During orientation with the HR Manager today, she gaveContinue reading “Two awesome things happened at work yesterday”
Three years ago, my adviser laughed at me because I told her my career plan was to become a librarian. That reaction fueled a two-year animosity between us. She retired in the fall, so my new adviser is the chair of the Political Science department. I didn’t have any expectations for him. At this point,Continue reading “Thanks for not being useless”