What’s Good in Tater Town 6/9/19

It was my first full week back to work after my trip. My schedule was weird. I didn’t sleep well. Let’s see if I can find some good.

  1. I did book promotions at a high school all day on Monday. I worked 7-3 instead of 9-5 so I got to avoid rush hour and have a longer afternoon at home. I prefer the early schedule to the 9-5.
  2. While I don’t think I’m very good at book promotions, a few kids did seem interested in a couple of the books I talked about, so maybe someone will read a book this summer because of me.
  3. The early schedule worked out well with y daughter’s car being repaired. We got the call that it was fixed and ready to be picked up right after I got home so we were able to get it and be home before traffic was terrible.
  4. My son presented his research at a poster session at a professional conference in Portland this week.img_1625
  5. My daughter got her job back at the local library for the summer.
  6. I had a meeting out of the branch on Tuesday(can you tell I like being out of the branch) with my grant group. I’ the most useless member of the group, but don’t act like I am.
  7. People came to the class on medical cannabis at my branch Wednesday afternoon and I had no complaints about the topic.
  8. I had free breakfast food or drink at three different places this week so I skipped my normal granola bar/bowl of cereal and had better food prepared by others. Krispy Kreme gave me two free donuts instead of one Friday.
  9. I was able to get stuff done around the house yesterday and still have time to relax and go to the local street festival with my daughter.
  10. I have no obligations today besides driving to the airport later.

2 thoughts on “What’s Good in Tater Town 6/9/19

  1. That’s a pretty good list! I had a high point last week when I finished stitching the needlepoint pieces I’m having made into a tray for my daughter’s wedding gift. I’d be hard pressed to find 10 good things though.

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