Library Day In the Life

This week marks the second Library Day In the Life Project, causing many to document their daily work activities in an effort to teach people what the job entails (hint: it’s not about reading books).  The wiki is compiling a list of participants.  Check it out for some decent reading.

I have not participated yet, partly due to time constraints but mostly due to this being a fairly dull week to date.  But here’s an attempt to reconstruct yesterday anyway:

5:45 a.m.: woke up before alarm (again)

6:30 a.m.: cereal and lots of coffee while catching up on Daily Show/Colbert Report from last night

8:00 a.m.: Going in early to work on computer updates before we open.

9:00 a.m.: took an hour to install 2 windows updates, time to move on to cataloging

9:05 a.m.-noon: Doing original cataloging on local travel brochures from 70’s.

noon-1 p.m.: Cataloging new order of business titles

1 p.m.: run home for lunch and to download the All Fronts map pack for Gears of War 2

2 p.m.: Back to work and those business books

3-4 p.m.: finishing day by cataloging dvd’s, put holds in on 3 of them for myself

4 p.m.: glad that coming in early means I can leave early too

5-6 p.m.: Volunteer from library came over to practice at Rock Band for our game day on Thursday.

6 p.m.: Dinner and comics (my online order arrived!)

7-10:30 p.m.: X-Box party for that Gears map pack mentioned earlier, I think I’m getting better.

11:00 p.m.: finally fall asleep.

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