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reading books by my favorite michigan author

I have been reading books by Jonathon Rand. He came to visit our school this past year and I have continued to read his Michigan Chillers and American Chiller books since that time.

Went swimming every day so far this summer

It is almost 1 week since school has been out and we have gone swimming at our neighborhood pool, the summit or our lake up north.

Had a picnic with my family

We packed a picnic lunch with our family to take to Greenfield village today.

watched a movie with a friend at home

My friend Parker came over and we watched the Garfield Movie. It was really funny.

fixed my own bike

My chain kept falling off my bike up north. Ususally my mom or dad fixes it because I don't like to get my hands dirty, but this year, I was able to fix it myself.

Went to my first travel soccer try-outs and did good!

This year was my first year to tryout for the travel soccer team. There were around 60 boys my age and I worked really hard and had fun.

I started our summer up north adventure

This summer our family will be going on outdoor adventures. Our first one was the day after school ended. We went on a 5 mile bike ride, took pictures on the way to recall our adventures. Later we went on a 2 mile hike in the woods.

visited Greenfield Village

Today we took a trip to Greenfield Village. We listened to Laura Ingles discuss her life. We also saw a show with the music of Gershwin, listened to the narative information on the steam engine ride and had a carosel ride on a almost 100 year old carosel.

Shared pictures of my Pumpkin

She's a little Shorkie from Homeward Bound rescue group.  She turned two last week and is a wonderful, sweet companion.

I saw Men in Black III in 3D

I saw Men inBlack III in 3D with my husbad and his brother.  None of us raelly cared for it.  We all agreed that the first Men in Black was the best.  I was disappointed that Tommy Lee Jones didn't have a larger part in the third movie.

Watched an interesting video about summer

The video was good and a little bit quirky. It told me about how Connect Your Summer is really cool.
 

Read on my Kindle

Anne's house of dreams by L.M. Montgomery

I read this book on my Kindle because I'm a total Anne of Green Gables Geek. 

Read two books I love: A Fairy Tale and Pinkalicious

volunteering position

Hi, My 16 year old daughter is very interested in volunteering at the Library. Can you tell me if there are any open positions for her this summer? Thanks. Denise

Watched an interesting video about summer

The video was good and a little bit quirky. It told me about how Connect Your Summer is really cool.
 

Credit Card Use

As much as I appreciate the library, one thing constantly seems to be my undoing. Whenever I need to use the printer/scanner, I need cash to reload my card. I use plastic everywhere, at all times, and while it may be smart to carry around a few singles, I can never manage to do it. Are there any credit card capable machines (either for the printer or the card loading service) on the market? And if so, would the library consider investing in them? Obviously long term thinking here but I would much appreciate you guys considering it. Thanks, Chris
 

Watched an interesting video about summer

It told me about how Connect Your Summer is really cool.
 

Watched the First Season of Doctor Who

After being surrounded by Doctor Who references for years, I'm finally clued in. The first episode in this season didn't hook me, but a friend recommended watching "Blink" and "Silence in the Library" from Seasons Three and Four. Those sucked me in and then I went back to the first season and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Doctor Who. The complete first series, Discs 1 & 2 [videodisc] by 2 Entertain ; BBC

Ahoy There "Chips"

This summer I adopted a squirrel who lives in the Preserve at Fellows Creek, and I recently conducted a test to determine whether he prefers chocolate chip cookies to apple cores.  His new nickname, "Chips" and the attached picture indicate the answer to that perennial question.