I went to the library again today.
I just had a few free minutes to explore and I decided to check out a different library.
The one closest to me is closed on Friday’s.
This other library was much smaller.
I spent 12 minutes or less there and found 1 book and 6 cd’s.
I look at these albums and I’m pretty excited about them. I only know a few songs by each band/artist… and I’m ready to know what they’re really about. There’s so much music at the library! You can check up to 10 cd’s out at a time (10 dvd’s, and 15 books! For a total of 35 items!) and keep them for THREE WEEKS.
[I learned today when I logged into my library ACCOUNT ONLINE (I could never do this when I was a kid) that you can place holds on items AND renew your check-outs online.] You can renew! I used to have to take them back in and have them manually re-scan the items and check them out to me again.
The internet man! The internet!
I’m lucky that I only actually need the albums for 1 day because I can install them on my computer and keep them forever.
The book is fiction- I think it’s a love story.
The captions on the front of it are:
“Do you still remember your first love?”
“A fabulous feel-good love story of friendship last and love regained.”
-Woman & Home (UK)
Ya, it’s definitely a love story. I don’t typically go for love stories. We’ll see.
I’m currently watching a movie I rented earlier this week called “The Myth of the American Sleepover.” It’s an indie film, & it’s almost over. There isn’t a single actor I recognize in this movie. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, I would rate it 3 stars. It’s kind of boring. I don’t hate it, but I probably would not recommend it… but I’ve definitely seen worse. I had no prior knowledge of the movie before I checked it out.
I returned 2 items from earlier in the week, one album (added it to my library on my computer) and 1 book that I didn’t want to read yet (or in the next 3 weeks).