(Oh goodness. That scene was a ton more consentual in the books. Ewwww TV show. )
- 2 year old friend I: Look mommy!
- I's mom: Wow. Is that your magic wand?
- I: No. It's a stick.
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- <b> Kaylee:</b> Mom, when I grow up should I be a famous artist or a famous singer?<p><b>LP:</b> Do you like making art or singing better?<p><b>OP:</b> A lot of people do both.<p><b>Pippa:</b> When grow up I'm going to be famous for the end of the world day.<p>
A PATRON SAYS THEY’D LIKE TO “RENT” A BOOK
meh - if a patron uses the wrong terminology I am not at all bothered. It is far too easy to get bogged down in jargon in this profession. I’ll probably reply with the right words (“I’d like to rent these books” “sure, just come on over to the desk and I’ll check them out for you. Your loan period is three weeks.”), but I wouldn’t make them use them before I served them. That’s just being pedantic.
I just discovered my phone has a pedometer so naturally I lifted my phone up and down over 200 times so my phone won’t think I’m lazy.
You got a fast car, but is it fast enough so we can fly away? We gotta make a decision. Leave tonight or live and die this way.
So I just got a new phone (RIP old phone) and my new camera has a “beauty” mode. I think it really captured the beauty.
I just did something terrifying and exciting and huge that I can’t talk about on tumblr (yet) but if you guys would please wish me good luck I would very much appreciate it.
Kaylee asked me to look at her so I gave Kaylee a weird bug eyed stare and she said it was the best thing ever and has been asking me to give her “that weird stare thing” again. Naturally I started talking in an alien/robot voice and told her I was taking her to the mothership. As I walked upstairs, carrying Kaylee (who was laughing, before y’all think I traumatized my children), I said “beloved-unit. The Kaylee-unit has discovered that I am an alien so I am taking her to the mothership!”
Pippa, without missing a beat, picked up the alien/robot voice and said, “oh good. You got one. Bring her to the mothership.”
What if we’re not broken? What if we are amazing? What if we’ve been powerful the whole time and didn’t even know it?
Today the library introduced Stapler 42.
Rest in Peace, Stapler 42