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A YouTube channel about MS

I’m always on the lookout for information about Multiple Sclerosis. Recently, I found Dr. Aaron Boster’s YouTube channel. Boster is a clinical neuroimmunologist specializing in multiple sclerosis (MS). He is based at OhioHealth in Columbus, OH. Here’s a recent video from Dr. Boster about MS symptoms. He explains how one symptom can effect other symptoms. […]

An Imposter

I’m in grad school for Library Science and I’m taking what I think is my last class this summer. I feel like the dumbest person in class. A few of these people are working on dissertations. Most of them have undergraduate degrees in fields much more rigorous than mine. They just know more stuff than […]

Books and School

I’m reading The War of Art by Steven Pressfield. It’s about overcoming what stops you from sitting down and doing your art. I learned about it from a blog post  about books by Amanda Miniger. I really like Ms. Miniger’s  writing style. I just finished reading the fourth of the Wool series by Hugh Howey […]

Tricky

CC0 Public Domain The prompt is tricky. The post went in a direction I didn’t expect. Neat how that happens! I was a pre-teen/teen in the 80s so this word reminds me of RUN DMC’s tricky. Penn and Teller were in this video. “The song peaked at No. 57 on theBillboard Hot 100 and No. 21 on […]

What the heck am I up to?

I”m pretty sure no one has been asking, but I’m going to say anyway. I’ve been up to lots! I’m still in grad school, but getting closer to finishing. I took the Management of Public Libraries course this spring. I have confirmed that I don’t want to work in or manage a public library. I’ll be […]

Change of plans

Remember when I said that I was signed up for the GRE so I could apply to the Instructional Systems Technology program? Guess what? I’m not doing it! Here’s what I’m doing instead. I am back in the library science business. I originally moved to Bloomington because my friend Karen was enrolled in the library […]

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