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Waking up with Allison was a great way to start the day. I could hear her teaching Joshua English as a Second Language (ESL) from the room over.

We shared her homemade kombucha. She also made hard boiled eggs and supplied the materials for my breakfast staple: peanut butter toast.

After chatting with Allison for a while, I departed for Rochester Central Library where I interviewed the director of the Henrietta Library. I went to the conference immediately after and volunteered for the registration booth from 1-5pm.

Now I’m computing at the home of local friends… (Lane is a great human and I like his family). I’m looking forward to sleep.

EveryLibrary Executive Director posted our election recap.

I chatted on and off with David today and that was one of the things I shared with him. He commented on its being a “wall of text”.

I miss my ad guy. I mused with him about the benefits of conference attendance v. staying home and getting work done.

How far have my blog posts strayed from their intended theme?

Assorted Updates

First, let’s check in on married life (since that’s the theme of this 100 day stretch):
Married life is good.

Next up a series of disjointed thoughts:
– Mid-term elections are tomorrow.
– I’m enjoying reading Anne of Avonlea (the second book in the Anne of Green Gables series). Check out my review for Anne of Green Gables and be my friend on GoodReads.
– I’m leaving for Syracuse and the New York Library Association conference tomorrow.
– I’m looking forward to voting in the morning. Here’s the sample ballot for my neighborhood.
– I want to write a little more for National Novel Writing Month. I was thinking about ideas, concepts, characters during my train rides. I wish I wrote down my thoughts on paper. I don’t remember my conclusions.
– Bloating. Why do I feel bloated?
– I think back on my holiday postcard design for EveryLibrary’s lapsed donors.
– I have homework due tomorrow that I actually need to get done.

I decide to research my ballot instead. David does more work-work on the computer beside me.