On Finding Time

You might be asking yourself what Jane has gotten herself into lately due the lack of posts. I can assure you, much to everyone’s shock, I am sure, that I have been working very hard at actual work.

I am giving up that endevour, however, to do other things, like read and sleep under my desk. Very soon, I will be posting numerous interesting and important things.

To the few who actually visit the site, you will notice I am “reading” three different books in my All Consuming list. I do not like to read more than one book at a time, but sometimes my fickle nature erases all aspects of my common sense.
The George R. R. Martin book – It is good, but Karen C. started talking to me about Laurell K. Hamilton last week and then all I wanted to read were vampire books. Thus, Martin got puched aside for Kelley Armstrong. It si all Karen’s fault.

Stolen – It is great so far, but then I knew it would be.

Learning to Lead and Manage Information Literacy Instruction – blah, blah, blah – It is for my “professional development” which translates into “This will sit on my desk for weeks and weeks while I read snippets from time to time.”

Jane, still has a desk shift to go

2 thoughts on “On Finding Time

  • March 6, 2006 at 5:21 pm
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    Luckily that yucky work book is a fast read and you can skip portions, but I didn’t say that. Every word is important! Memorize it!

  • March 6, 2006 at 7:57 pm
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    I do not go in for management type books either. Of course, I also do not forsee myself rising to some big library position any time soon either. I am happier reading biography, history, and fiction.

    I did not know about All Consuming. Thanks for posting.

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