How This Librarian Made Friends Through Geocaching

If you’re the nose-in-a-book type like me, you know what I mean when I say making friends is hard. When you prefer to stay in on the weekend with a good book, or a knitting project and a cup of tea rather than hitting the bars, making friends is slow going. So how did I

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2015 Holiday Gift Suggestions & Wishlist

Happy Holidays! I hope you’re all enjoying the December holidays so far! I may be a little late in posting this, but we’ll have to chalk it up to too much holiday-ing. If you’ve been scouring internet sites as I have, in the search for the perfect gift for someone (and then consequently just finding

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A webspace of my very own!

Hello and welcome to my new site! It was time to upgrade to my own hosted site! I hope you’ll continue to follow my adventures here! Along with destination and backyard adventures I’ll be adding a few new post series! You can look forward to reviews of books that have inspired me to add a

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#LibrarianLife: A Mad Hatter Tea Party

If you’ve been following this blog so far, it probably doesn’t surprise you that I would throw a literary related tea party. When two librarians get together for a party that’s on neither of their birthdays, would you really expect anything less than a Mad Hatter Unbirthday Party? After far too much time browsing Pinterest,

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Exciting Announcement!

This entry is part 23 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UK

This entry is part 23 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UKI self-published a book!! With encouragement from my grandfather, who insisted that it is frustrating to read about my travels backwards (as you readers may understand, because the most recent blog posts top each other), I have self published my England blog

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