A delayed publication: written in October!
Last night Arlene, Head of Archives and Special Collection, Coral, the new web librarian, Kevin, AMIPA archivist, and I went to Moose’s Tooth to welcome Coral to the Consortium Library. Coral and I had already made plans to do the Zombie walk this Saturday while Coral, Kevin, and a few friends will be attending the movie Dead Snow at the Bear Tooth later that night. Coral is an avid blogger and I admire her for it. Arlene and Sally have also been regular posters to their blogs and I admire them for that as well. But I don’t know how they do it! I tend to be a motormouth in person, speaking a mile a minute, leaving listeners slightly disoriented. However on paper I tend to clam up. The best way to describe this phenomenon is that the connect between my brain and my mouth is blocked. As a result i spend agonizing hours trying reopen the connection. I know that I have something to say but the channel is a little fuzy. Perhaps practice would be the best way keep the lines of communication between my mind and my mouth open!