It's something the Horde picks up on, how Tuesdays as a work day can be.
It's a crazy day around here for certain.
My library has events today to cope with this week being Spring Break for the county schools. So our children's librarian invited in a local farmer who raises Angora Wabbits for their fur, and will display some woven items and let the kids pet a bunny or two.
Meanwhile, our Friends of the Library are hosting a three-day book sale for used children's books to promote our Friends group, their ongoing book sales, and the library in general. I just want to ask the seven readers of this blog to Support Your Local Libraries all the time, please and thank you.
In the rest of the world, the ongoing primary slog travels west to Arizona and Utah I believe, maybe Idaho.
There's tragic news coming out of Brussels and Belgium of a series of terror attacks. Wish this crap would just end, but there's enough bastards out there who want war and who want to hurt others and until we get rid of that hate this violence is not going to end...
There's more hopeful news about Obama's current diplomatic visit to Cuba. No major announcements yet, but usually a trip like this garners some kind of financial or political exchange of promises.
And we're rooting for the Tampa Bay Rays to win today in their game against the National Cuban squad.
So, busy day, scary day, hopeful day.
Update: Rays Win!
Busy day, scary day, hopeful day.