A few semesters ago, my professor assigned us an oral history project to do on a family member or someone we knew. I didn’t ask to be the family historian; but with my education, writing skills, and tech-savvy nature, I’m the perfect one for the job.
One of the best books I received was a 1937 edition of Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and a 1950 edition of Leaves of Grass. Can you believe that someone was going to throw these books away in the trash? It’s heartbreaking, to say the least.
When I started my mobile library, I never thought it would get so big so fast. It’s hard to fathom what 500 books even looks like, and luckily I took a picture.
Several people have asked me why I’m doing this, and my answer is simple: I love books, I love free stuff, and I love giving away free books. I want to make sure that no one ever has an excuse not to be reading.
As many of you know, I’m studying to be a librarian and I run my own mobile library. Being able to go to this convention was a dream come true. All I did was spend a couple of hours volunteering.
A Bullet Journal is like a planner, journal, organizer, and brain dump. It’s basically a paper version of your brain. One thing I learned from all my years of school is that you need to schedule fun.
I started my mobile library with $5 and 5 books, and it’s been very successful so far. We are thankful for the support and donations we have received.
I hadn’t been on stage in 10 years before this play, but it felt good to be on stage again after being gone for so long.
This was the first time we saw the Butcher Babies in concert. I took all of these photos with my iPhone. Check out my other Butcher Babies posts for more crazy stories.
This was the first time my Dad and I met the Butcher Babies. It certainly wouldn’t be the last. Check out the other Butcher Babies blogs for more outrageous stories.