Wednesday, November 3, 2010


No one has written on the blog since I did last week so I feel pressure to get something written today. I would never earn big money for writing my own blog like some people have. I become brain dead and can think of nothing to write sometimes - like tonight. So things that are on my mind right now are: Wasn't that a long line to vote yesterday? I am glad it was long, that means people cared enough to vote (even if they canceled out my vote). All this tea-party stuff, I don't really understand it myself (Guess I'd better do some research :)

When or when are those roofers going to come and look at the roof over the children's department? How long do we have to have the books off the shelf? Are they going to wait until it downpours again or are we even on their list? Why do we have holes everywhere in our ceilings? One in the back room, another in the YP section - don't these construction people care?

Working on the outside sign today - lots going on at the library this month; you need to look under library programs on our web page. We have both the adult book group and the parent and child book group tomorrow night - both are great programs with lots of fun discussion. Next Tuesday we have a weight loss and diet program presented by Dr. Shippee, DPM, Alpine Orthopedic Specialists which starts at 6 p.m. Thursday, November 10, 2010, we have Utah Quilter's Designs found Around the World presented by Julia Pope which starts at 1:30 p.m. and Thursday, November 18, 2010, we have - The Galapagos: A Natural History presented by Sam Zeveloff, Ph.D., Chair of Zoology, Weber State University.

Come and support a program.


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