Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Day 13 A picture with 13 things























I really have no idea why it's upside down.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Day Ten: a Childhood Memory




















A few notes:
Note the utter look of terror on my face; big stuffed versions of your favorite Sesame Street character are totally scary and not like on tv.
I have no idea why my eyes are wonky in this photo. I don't think I have messed up eyes in real life...Maybe I do but I have friends that are awesome enough not to tell me or dwell on it.
Sesame Place was awesome.
That little short set I was wearing was fantastic.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Day 9 Someone you love























She stares creepily at me while I'm at my desk.

Life with Mr. Dangerous



















If you are looking for an excellent portrayal of depression in a young person, while searching for love, this is the book. The art is fantastic.

More books I am looking forward to in July.
















Don't Cross Your Eyes, They'll Get Stuck That Way and 75 other Health Myths Debunked.

















The Chairs Are Where the People Go: How to Live, Work, and Play in the City

















The Elements of F*cking Style: A Helpful Parody

Monday, July 18, 2011

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Keeping myself accountable

My goals for next week are to:
Run three times
Eat five servings of fruit and veggies everyday
Don't drink for four days.

Day 6 From a low angle
























I will quit posting pictures of my dog, he's just so damn cute.

Monday, July 11, 2011

30 Day Photo Challenge Day One A self portrait



























I bought this print from Jordan Crane and when it was delivered at work, my boss saw it and asked why I bought a portrait of myself.


Thursday, July 7, 2011

Library Love

After dealing with other peoples' stress, I really need to take things easy.

These are recent tags on Pinterest. I have a board for pretty or cute library things.
For references, please check the original post here.








Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Ultraviolet Comic book

Oh man this looks rough on the eyes, but so amazing.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Weird things customers say in bookshops.

I got some similar questions when I worked at Borders:

Woman: Hi, my daughter is going to come by on her way home from school to buy a book. But she seems to buy books with sex in them and she's only twelve, so can I ask you to keep an eye out for her and make sure she doesn't buy anything inappropriate for her age? I can give you a list of authors she's allowed to buy.
Me: With all due respect, would it not be easier for you to come in with your daughter?
Woman: Certainly not. She's a grown girl, she can do it herself.

Weird things customers say in bookshops.

June in pictures











Denton got a train!




Where we found an Indian enclave.



I had way too much Frosty's lately.


Finally back to my favorite pool in the world with awesome friends.


Oh and I passed my Capstone! In a month, I will be a Librarian!

Friday, July 1, 2011

How do I know you?

Ah this is stolen from Drink Five Alive's blog. I am going to describe how I know each of my followers.

Dustin and I may or may not know each other from Denton, but met in New York last October. For some reason, anyone else pulling this move would be sort of creepy, but there is not a creepy bone in Dustin's body as far as I can tell. I wish we hadn't met on the last night when I had to catch a 6:30 flight the next day, because he seems really interesting and I think we could talk about books for a while.

Baby bones, okay I have no idea who this person is or why they are following me. Your link that you shared says barely legal so I don't know if you are a real person or a spambot or what. You following me is actually kind of creepy. You are the anti-Dustin.

Just James my favorite cousin if you don't count his wife! (Don't let the rest of the family see this) He is smart, funny and has the most awesome family ever. He also wears monkey shoes.

Douglas we worked together at Sci-tech. He's a player.

Herod Dotus is Shaun? I don't know who this is. If it's Shaun, we worked together at UNT.

Josh Berthume new media guru. We met in puppy class. Your new office is awesome. Your new addition to the family is awesome. Your wife is awesome. Your brother in law thought my heart was a soccer ball. We enjoy twitter tagging and going to lavender farms where the is no lavender.

Ryan is my Canadian soccer pal who is on the twitters. :) You are very active on twitter, but we haven't talked in a while. Why the distance, Ryan? Don't say it's because you live in Canada. I hate that excuse.

kittykatx and I met the one time I worked in public service at work. She is a cool, comic con person who is probably too cool for me.

Greg I don't know how we met, but Greg is one of the most awesome librarians around. You have to give it up for any male librarian putting up with all that estrogen all the time.

Matt Wilson is my college crush. Smart, funny and kind of mean, Matt didn't really have a way with the ladies in college, but I am sure all that has changed now that he cut off that mullet.

Coffee n Cake Jen is another friend that moved to NYC, but it was so sudden. We used to go to epic parties at her house on Bryan Street and she is the most fun to play croquet with. She doesn't break up with dudes before she heads to Europe.

beverlopolis I have no idea about the good times we have had.