Why am I posting from the library? Because I can. Yes, I'm a geek. During my blog presentation at the ETCWC I mentioned you could blog about whatever interested you. I thought out loud it would be fun to do a weekly post from my local library. (Not that anyone would read it.) Alas, it will have to wait until a different season in my life. For now, I'll stick with the occasional post from RR's sacred stacks.
(Downside of posting at the library: they use Internet Explorer, so I don't have my friendly Firefox "Open New Tab" option for links. I tried to open a new window in IE, but couldn't get to it. Oh, well. We'll go w/out hyperlinks in this post.)
Back to the library. Emily and I ran up here so she could turn in her reading log. Our library has an awesome summer reading program filled with fun activities, goodie bags for each 25 books/5 hours read and the fabulous end of program party with Joe McDermott. All the kids got their logs on Tuesday, June 5th. Everybody had finished their first log (25 books/5 hours) by Thursday. Emily had finished 100 books by Saturday. Obviously, some of them were quite short. (I told her she could only read the board books once and after her first 25 books, no more board books.) Her and Alexa both read to Kara. Aaron fininshed Harry Potter, Book One, this morning. (when he finds a book he likes, he can read for hours at a time.)
Okay, I'm about to get kicked off the library computer. Better go save my post and get Em to the checkout. Rock on, readers.