Robot Lincoln, It is, I have worked here at the Stewart Library, on Weber State University campus for 17 odd years. I was lucky enough that they made me a position years ago. My title is Circulation Project specialist, which just means that I'm kind of a custodian sorta in Circ.
Thats way cool, Uncle. I need a job like that so I can get caught up on my reading lists. Plus, I'm a tad lazy. I saw you responded on another thread to grasstains. I haven't seen grass on the boards for a while.
She stood silently looking out into the great sallow distances of sea bottom, as if recalling something, her yellow eyes soft and moist...
Posts: 1397 | Location: Louisville, KY | Registered: 08 February 2006
How far are you from Tiskilwa, Ill? My father was born there and I visited there and Chebanse when I was about 10 (1952). Thus, I have Dad's tales of his childhood to rub against the stories of Greentown that Ray worte about. I always felt that I had been to Greentown, and did, in fact, visit Waugekan on the same trip.
Posts: 847 | Location: Laguna Hills, CA USA | Registered: 02 January 2002
Go, Voyager, go!! To think this is only a leisurely stroll to the end of our own neighborhood.
Well...Pioneer 10 has got Voyager beat by a few lengths... We forgot about THAT one, huh?
Topic: Born in San Francisco, 1954. Moved from there in 1968 and went around to the Philippines, Midway, Kwajalein Atoll, other places. (Mother=Auntie Mame) Settled in Seattle area when Mother found somebody she actually liked...(lol) Been here ever since.
Posts: 349 | Location: Seattle, Washington State, USA | Registered: 20 July 2005
patrask, Tiskilwa, IL is about 75 due west from Wilmington, IL. Lot of small towns all around. Farms abound. Great place to buy property for a future investment. Expressways nearby. An hour into downtown Chicago if needed via the 55 from Wilmington area.
Posts: 439 | Location: Oak Park, IL | Registered: 19 July 2006