Erin Dorney

Blogging life & librarianship

“There’s the silver lining I’ve been looking for”

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Real Life:

  • 3-8 inches of snow predicted for tomorrow.
  • A Very She & Him Christmas.
  • Jack Frost Tea (African Red Bush, Vanilla, Peppermint & Spearmint).
  • Ventriloquism zine by Prathna Lor, courtesy of meg woog via Portland, OR.
  • Evening agenda includes baking an apple pie & writing an essay about my personal library. Rock.

Work Life:

  • Massive technology outage on campus killed our library website, which has both positives and negatives. Get excited.
  • Got to work with our awesome reps from Supply Source on the design for the Outreach Team Work Space for the new library & am attending my first “design expo” next week with them – NeoCon East. ::swoon:: Check back for pics of sweet furniture!
  • Invigorating conference call with co-presenters/facilitators for our LJ/Temple Future of the Academic Library Symposium panel discussion.
  • Invited to do a session for students on how to be wise with social media for the Office of Experiential Learning & Career Management.

What are you looking forward to?

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Written by Erin Dorney

October 28, 2011 at 6:07 PM

Posted in Libraries, Life

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3 Responses

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  1. awww. i love this post 🙂

    Life:
    • mountain biking for the first time (with some demo bikes from specialized) up in malibu!
    • going to NY and Long Island to visit some long time friends
    • Florence and the Machine – Ceremonials

    Work:
    • winding down on this awesome gig, but can’t wait to be done with these hours (7pm – 5am)
    • cutting deleted scenes that will hopefully land on fox’s website
    • had to turn down three offers because i already have another gig signed up

    😀

    Ashley Rath

    October 28, 2011 at 8:31 PM

  2. ooh! That tea sounds fabulous! Is that an original blend or is available commercially?

    JJ

    October 29, 2011 at 4:27 PM

  3. Oh, Erin, you have no idea how much Jen and I are both looking forward to the museum opening!

    Jason W. Dean

    October 29, 2011 at 7:14 PM


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