Making money is somewhat important

So I’m trying to get back in the habit of posting every day, but once again, not much happened today and everything that goes through my head sounds inane.  More than usual, anyway.  I have some standards.

Actually, all I can think about is getting back to my book.  And my book makes me wish I lived in Scotland.  And I’ve also been reconsidering a career as a librarian of some sort.  I need to do some more research.  I’ll start with the ALA website tomorrow.  In his presentation on Saturday, the CakeLove guy talked about how he realized that what he really loved to do was bake, so he decided to quit his job as a lawyer and open his first bakery.  I’m a little jealous.  How do I make a living doing what I love?  Ooh.  If I get an MLS, can I be a librarian in Scotland?  That would be cool.  🙂


  1. mbenner

    Rosamunde Pilcher books are the best. Seriously, every time I read one I want to move to Scotland. And discover a long-lost, slightly insane character of a relative who loves throwing crazy parties.

  2. Jessica

    Well, I was already convinced that I needed to look into Rosamunde Pilcher when I saw all those book in your box at the used book sale, Zannah, but this clinches it. 🙂

    Conveniently, I want to live in Scotland too. (Or maybe the Lake District in England) and while I don’t want to seem like stalker-friend who follows you across the globe, if you can be a librarian (and John a local guitar sensation) in Scotland and I can write (and Chuck can do whatever it is he wants to do, because I haven’t quite figured that out yet) in northern England and there’s a convenient train as a go-between, that really seems like an ideal set-up to me. 🙂

  3. Zannah

    Whatever, stalker-friend. 🙂

    Any idea how we make that happen?

    As for Rosamunde Pilcher books, I LOVED Coming Home, and I just finished September. Really liked it.

  4. Zannah

    Seriously, though, how do we all manage to live in the UK? I think that might be the most awesomest idea ever.

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