The old beloved Reference Desk
I do like what we call (or I do) the "uni-desk" or the "Single Service Desk". One stop shopping and we all learn a lot from each other, everyone on both sides of the counter are (90%) of the time nice, everyone usually gets help and is happy.
Nobody came to my Red Mars discussion. On the plus side, I made up some discussion questions for the book and for discussing Science Fiction Books more generally, which I can use here, so all is well. I'm hoping the other discussions have an audience.
A wild rumor of a Ninja retirement mini-bash for me had me pretty cranky. I'm hoping that people respect that I have my own ways and I feel I shouldn't have a party or anything if I don't want one here at the last. I understand the party impulses others have, but I've got none of them. If the beaners would just stop and think, they'll recall I never go to anyone else's party either. Not a party person, would rather just say goodbye in a nice civil manner and float out the door.
Before work, I had the Murphy's Law book discussion with what is sometimes called the Mystery A Month Book Group and that went swimmingly. Always a really great group of people there. This mystery book group arose after I did a class on Mysteries for the activities director at the senior center as a cooperative effort. Except for the timeframe where I was in chemo, I've continued going to meet with these ladies on the second Tuesday of the month and I treasure them and will keep joining in the discussions :)
That's my second to the last Tuesday. Glad I wrote it this morning instead of last night since I was smokin' about the Ninja-You-Know-What.