I have now officially been the Branch Librarian at the Montreal Children’s Library Richmond Square Branch for 1 week! And I love it! It’s exhausting – the kids are a handful! But so much fun! They’re sassy and have personality. We’ve been painting, drawing, coloring, doing science experiments, and all sorts of other awesome activities.
I’ve also moved into my new place in St. Henri, and it’s great!
A piece of my computer just broke off, so I am going to try to get in touch with AppleCare now, since it should still be under warranty….
As I type this, I am sitting aboard a Coach Canada bus headed for Toronto, coming from Montreal. I am traveling at approximately 100 kilometers and hour. This bus is equipped with wi-fi. Technology!!!
It seems very strange to me that I am able to access the internet without using any sort of telephone or dsl or ethernet cables involved at all. I remember when I went to France, after being in West Africa for over a year, and suddenly there was wi-fi internet at the school I had gone to. It blew my mind that you could access the internet without a cable! However, that’s all become old news, and you still have to have the wireless router attached to a cable somewhere. But here I am, posting to Word Press, totally wirelessly! It’s amazing!
Anyway, I am heading back to Chicago for 2 reasons. I got a job! A job that requires me to re-enter Canada and apply for a work-permit at the “Point of Entry”. Also, I don’t have any winter clothes in Montreal and want to get a few things from mom’s basement.
As of Monday, November 8th, I will be the new Branch Librarian at the Montreal Children’s Library Richmond Square Branch, located in Little Burgundy. I’m so excited !!!
I also found a new place to live, sans cats, in St. Henri, a 15 minute walk from Richmond Square. Everything seems to be working out in the best possible way for me right now. The universe is finally aligning in my favour!!
I had a great Halloween, despite my boyfriend’s best attempts to sabotage the festivities. In a last minute turn of events, I decided to be a dead lumberjack.