Monday, March 16, 2009

Sticky Stuff!

As I drove by my friend, Robin's house the other day, I noticed that she and Kieth had tapped the sugar maples that line their driveway. Unfortunately I did not get a picture since I did not have my camera. I'm going to try to get one and replace this one (which I borrowed off the internet).

I have finished a paper which was worth a quarter of my grade in one of my classes. I hope I did well on it! It can be so agonizing to hand things in and wait. I want to know how I did...but I'm afraid to know! So far I have done very well on everything. I have another paper that is due on Wednesday by midnight! I'm having difficulty getting going on this one since I pretty much spent the entire day Saturday writing the other one.

I have so much work to do that it is getting rather sticky! I really am not enjoying my cataloging class. I just find it to be such tedious and boring work. I will never be a cataloger and praise the Lord that most publishers will do this for librarians. If they don't, then there is always the Library of Congress which allows libraries to download cataloging info for free. So...why do I have to be bothered by a class?

Good news is that I am going to be doing a practicum at M Public Library for the months of May and June. I'm really looking forward to this! I need to keep a diary of what goes on daily and what I am learning. It might be fun to do this in blog form.


Wanda said...

Don't see things like this is California ~~~

Makes me want to make a stack of pancakes and maple syrup!!

Dunja said...

Keep up the positive attitude!! Good for you and all your accomplishments!

Priscilla said...

Wanda, it takes 40 gallons of this sticky stuff to make just 1 gallon of maple syrup. That's why the real stuff is so expensive...but it's way better then the fakes!

Martha said...

I need to take a ride out to the Everson's for a gallon of the sweet sticky stuff. You smell the sweetness from the sugar shack in the air. Mmm, mmm, good!

Congrats on the practicum. If you aren't too far away we'll have to catch up for lunch sometimes.

StacyB said...

did you see me at CBS yesterday? I was in the front row as I had a dancing Babylonian and a fiery furnance flame to videorecord through my tears.
One of these days we need to meet. I probably look so odd scanning so many faces and name tags! ;)

Gudl said...

Keep up the good work!!