Good morning everyone. How are we this fine and beautiful day? Me? I’m good. I’d like to give a quick shout out to the jerk on the feeder road to Loop 610 this morning. I let you cut in after you snuck around the five other cars behind me using the barely navigable shoulder . You didn’t use your turn signal (I can’t read your mind) and you had the nerve to honk at the person in front of you because they wouldn’t move up enough for you to get in. So I say: “Get off your damn cell phone in traffic you effing jerk.”
Finally getting a new washer and dryer set installed in the house has completed me in a way I never thought possible. Now I know how JR feels. (The man does all the laundry at our house. Why yes, I am that lazy).
I’ll be going to the American Library Association annual meeting this July. 20,000+ librarians will descend on Chicago. Books will be passed around, copious amounts of food will be eaten, vendors will be set upon like road kill, and the liquor industry will think they have died and gone to heaven. Good Times!
I don’t normally go to ALA but the new job sort of requires it. It’s a networking thing. What really makes me excited about this year’s event is this function:NEW! Cookbook Pavilion featuring
the Cooking Demonstration Stage
New in 2009, the Cookbook Pavilion will be heating up
the exhibit floor with fantastic displays of the latest cookbooks.
Chefs will be there everyday to prepare the hottest
recipes on the Demonstration Stage and to autograph
their latest books.
I may never leave the Cookbook Pavilion. They will have to pry my fat ass off the chair during the demonstrations then issue restraining orders to get me away from the cooks. My blog stalking will come in handy. Thank you all for letting me practice on you.
Something I must also check out while at ALA:
Love is in the Air - Romance
Writers Discuss their Work
Track: Authors, Literature & Cultural Programming Debbie Macomber and other bestselling
romance writers will discuss and read from their work and engage the audience in
questions and answers. The program will be moderated by Library Journal’s Book
Review Editor, Barbara Hoffert. Following the discussion, writers will sign their
books—many of which will be given away while others will be sold at a very generous
I met Nora Roberts at the last ALA conference (I promise not to come within 50 feet as ordered if you show up Nora) so I'll be pulling myself away from the cookbooks long enough to make the romance writers wish they had never come. Cause that's the way I roll.
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Uh...are there rules? I guess I should have checked.