Let the sun shine before going underground

Yes, I was busy back on the weekend of the 2018 Annual Used Book Sale Down Under at my workplace. The underground parking garage at the Liverpool Public Library was a hopping place on a Friday night, as well as Saturday and Sunday afternoons. I had my official work Canon around my neck much of…

The Shack brings you to places you can only imagine

Mack had things good in life. Lovely and loving wife. Three smart and connected children. A robust family dynamic that included curious talk and practice of faith that strayed just enough from the center to keep him involved and interested. And then came that fateful camping trip out to the woods. There are a lot…

I still love A1, above the fold

My self-applied pressure was on, I will admit now, as I snapped away during the library’s ‘Tie Dye on the Lawn.’ Last year the weekly Eagle News published one of the photos I sent them at the top of A1. Could I pull it off again? I sent Editor Sarah Hall three photographs from which…

Hey, you, don’t just sit there

My work friend and colleague Dave told me after a little photo session that I had to take a look at the passenger side of his car before I went back up to the second floor of the Liverpool Public Library. I spotted his Versa in the underground parking garage and strolled over. Holy cow!…

Galeville boasts resourceful squirrels

Out one recent morning with my iPad Pro in my hand, a commotion in the neighbor’s yard to the right caught my eyes and ears. A squirrel was hoisting a piece of white bread or somesuch as big as it was up a tree. Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville squirrels are extremely strong, I see. Much…

It takes all kinds to get the job done at the library

There’s a tradition where I work that I got to experience for the first time this month. Staff Development Day falls in April. They close the library to patrons and get all the staffers in the big community room to share the workday and learning sessions. Our presenter this year taught us well about time…