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Daniel Cornwall

It's so nice to have you back! I was starting to wonder if you had soured on the profession or something had happened to you.

Thanks for all reminders of why what we do is worthwhile.

walt

A nice story. I think most of us would feel pretty good about being in the "real Who's Who," Who's Who in America (or any of the Marquis Who's Whos). To *still* be there at age 91...that's pretty neat.

Oh, and what Daniel said about having you back.

Philip Cummings

No doubt! Thanks for the reminder. May you and yours have an excellent holiday. Our love to the family! -PC

Beth

I love your stories! It's nice to see another one pop up on your blog.

Dr. Mohamed Taher

I like your post and style of narrative. You are doing what is called evidence based librarianship. You will enjoy reading my post on this similar stuff: www.http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=34240578&postID=116024122704342681

Happy holidays.
I wish to share something with you as a librarian who believes in sharing knowledge 24 X 7. My 2007 resolution is a friendly deal to get more comments at my blog and promptly reciprocate.
Best wishes for 2007.

Sara

Hooray, glad you are back. I only just found your blog and then thought you had stopped writing it. I was disappointed. I loved this post as much as the others. Lovely.

Feelgood Librarian

Thank you for your kind comments, everyone. We have had three people out with pneumonia at our house in the last five weeks, and it has slowed me up some. All are on the mend, and I am hoping to post more often.

Best wishes for a bright new year,

FGL

Vampire Librarian

Sorry to inform you, but you've been tagged by the 5 things meme.

Yes, I'm the one who has tagged you.

Lori Deschene

What a fantastic story. I am a writer for Gilbert Guide (the foremost resource for everything senior care), and I've written quite a bit about quality of life for seniors. It’s sad to see so many older people isolated and homebound, especially when they've lived such rich lives and have so much to share. I can only imagine how wonderful it felt to be part of that kind of joy. Please do keep me updated if you post any other stories about seniors and the great things they've accomplished!

Lori Deschene
Gilbert Guide

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