Retirement Pitfalls

Until I received my latest copy of NARFE Magazine¹, I suddenly realized that I hadn't fully considered all of my post-retirement options. I've thought about employment, non-employment, travel, reading, writing, and lots of television viewing.  But one thing I never considered was prison.  Prison does offer an opportunity for great writing.  Martin Luther King Jr., Oscar Wilde, …

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“You Must Like Books” (Part I)

Blogger's Note:  I started this posting assuming that it would be one single post about how I became a librarian.  But it is apparently a longer story than I had anticipated.  You'd think I'd know my own life better than I apparently do!  A continuation will be written at a later date.   When I graduated from library school in …

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