About Me

The above picture was taken about 2 years ago during my trip to Ireland…seriously…go there!

When I first started writing this blog a year ago, things were quite different (mainly my being unemployed). I’m currently a Children’s Librarian at North York Central Library at Toronto Public Library. It’s both amazing and difficult. I count myself as very lucky to be working for TPL but I am working part-time, which as a single mother, really blows! Anyway, I’m into tattoos, the supernatural, horror movies (almost any kind of movie will do), and reading (duh!)

I’m also a single mother with a teenage boy with autism, who is very much a teenager at this point!



10 responses to “About Me

  1. I like collecting antiquarian theology books and I really enjoyed your posts and pictures. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I am striving to get my Masters in Library Science or Information Studies. I am not what you would call a typical librarian either, although I do wear the glasses. I find the fact you are not typical inspiring and also empowering. Many people expect a librarian to be an old lady with glasses and frumpy clothes telling them to “shhhhh!” I have enjoyed reading your blog so far. I look forward to new stuff.

    • Hi Sarah. Sorry for not responding sooner…I got a little discouraged as I wasn’t getting any comments. I find comments are what keeps one motivated so I really appreciated what you had to say! Are you in the middle of the program right now? Thanks again for your very kind comments, they mean a lot! :)

  3. love your blog and last.fm stuff

  4. Oh my gosh! I love your blog. Total Litgasm. When you were in Ireland, did you go to the Long Hall at Trinity?? The most beautiful room in the world. At least at this moment. :)

    • Thanks! I appreciate…your appreciation :) Yes, I did go to the Long Hall…I almost fell over when I first walked into the room, I was so overwhelmed by how beautiful it was! There’s nothing quite like old historical buildings :)

  5. I have just returned from a long stay in Dublin where I had the chance to visit and make photos in so many incredible libraries. Your blog is a gift to me right now, I thouroghly enjoy it. Keep uo the good work1
    I look forward to following you into the future.
    Dina and the Bookfayries Siri and Selma
    :-) :-) :-)

  6. Hi there! I am currently creating a website for a professor of mine and I would really like to use your picture of the chained books to head the section where she provides visitors with free digital copies of her works. please contact me.

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