Feeling like a muddle headed wombat tonight. A busy day finding resources to create Libguide pages for next years units. I heard laughter from various quarters of the school as teachers slow down, but as a library we are actually still very busy as we prepare for next year. It’s good though as I like to be of value and busy. I like to be able to see my little pile of completed tasks or accomplishments at the end of each day.
Muddle headed wombat or not, tomorrow is the review meeting. I am a bit over it all and refuse to stress out. I shall take no prisoners if it comes to that, but I will approach it with an open mind, a growth mindset, because I know that I have done a good job. Their problem is that they don’t always bother to notice.
Being a teacher librarian is a quiet position. We don’t produce dance concerts or a sport carnival that are great noisy events. A writing group is a not a drum banging, bell ringing pursuit, but equally of value. Actually, in my opinion, even more valuable. We help people become the people they want to be.
So, a few more meetings, a Libguide or two to finish and then school is out Friday. Bring it on – I have the champagne chilling now!
“You’re a hidjus old pollywobble!”
― Ruth Park,