Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Thanks, Giving

Librarians should spend their Thanksgiving holidays reflecting on how lucky they are that they graduated and no longer have to complete ridiculous class assignments like those that they encounter daily at the reference desk.

Ask the Readers: What are you thankful for, librarians?

14 comments:

celita said...

alcohol

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that my reference desk shift ends in 10 minutes and that I don't have to come back until Monday.

Anonymous said...

The ability to continually renew my books until I can find them to return them.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that I had a 1-day work week.

Anonymous said...

I'm thankful that I'm retired.

Jim S. said...

Getting paid to do things I love doing.

Anonymous said...

I am thankful for working in a library where people aren't territorial about book carts. Nothing else here is functional, but at least we have that.

Anonymous said...

This blog.

Roxanne said...

I am thankful I am graduating in December and was lucky to get a job!

Anonymous said...

Having a job to pay for lots of booze.

Jobless Librarian said...

I am thankful for recently discovering the joys of blogging.

Susanne said...

That my lovely American librarian friend Leonee put on a thanksgiving for us!

Hank said...

I'm thankful I get off OCLC in an hour for a 6-day weekend!!

Gary M Klein said...

Thankful that we can keep up our image as being tech savvy, by repurposing blogs from the past (and also create a new definition for "re-gifting").