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Rant and Update

First off, I must ask: Where the bloody hell is my copy of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows? I ordered the thing five days ago! I'm going to start reading spoilers soon! I really want to read this book!

Anyway, so I'm still volunteering at the library. We're in the middle of an inventory now. I've also looked in the catalog, one, to see if we had certain new books already and, two, if we did, to see which branch. This week, I've been assigning call numbers to new books. I haven't done that at all since school and that was Library of Congress (LC) classification anyway while here they use Dewey and Cutter numbers. Tomorrow, I won't be going in as the librarian is out today and tomorrow and I did all the work she left for me already.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Not that you want to hear this... But Target and Publix(obviously Hannaford by you) have the Harry Potter book on sale right now. Maybe you can cancel your order and walk down to the bookstore and buy it? Unless it's shipped already, then my suggestion is useless to you now! ;)

~your cousin
Likestrek said…
I was under the impression it shipped but who really knows...
K.J. Kofsuske said…
BTW...did you get your book yet?
Likestrek said…
No, but I'm now into the approximate delivery date window so it should be soon; I hope.
JRRyan said…
I really think you're gonna get tons of girls working in libraries...if I was a dude I'd totally go down that career road. there was this guy librarian I was crushing on this summer and he OWNED the YA section. what a hottie...too bad I have a bf atm! hahahaha

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