This is my last regular post for the ALSC blog: life and job and projects have taken over. I’ve been doing this since 2008; it is time to move aside and let some fresh voices in.
I have certainly enjoyed my time here as a regular blogger: it has given me a place to share ideas, programs, and experiences. Blogging for ALSC has helped me grow as a professional, has allowed me to look at what I do as a librarian and share it with others. We can learn so much from fellow librarians in person, at conferences, via blogs, and on Twitter. I absolutely intend to keep reading the ALSC blog, as it is a great place for news, ideas, issues, conference updates, association happenings, and of course, books.
Working with the ALSC blog staff has been great: they make it easy to post and their enthusiasm and encouragement is top-notch. If you want to try your hand at writing, find the contact info on this page. You need to be a member of ALSC to become a regular blogger (yet one more reason to join if you haven’t).
Not being fond of farewells, I’d just like to say so-long for now. I’m still around, I’m still listening. I just need to exit this stage and move along. Adieu, my friends, and thanks for reading.