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Oh my gosh. We have a third pet this morning! I’m afraid to kill it, it might come after me with a bat. Easier just to name him Timothy, hope he finds enough to eat and gets along with the boys.

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Psyched to read Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo’s “Better Than Perfect: 7 Strategies to Crush Your Inner Critic and Create a Life You Love” Elizabeth is a frequent Today Show contributor and all-around smart lady. I was pleased to meet her earlier this year and can’t say enough great things about her insights and willingness to share her expertise. Buy her book! http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1580055494?cache=c3f5d16d4f4e1a4297e7285718c12d90&pi=SY200_QL40&qid=1410220615&sr=8-1#ref=mp_s_a_1_1

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Comfy kitty #lazysaturday #cute

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New super fancy (but not crazy $) business cards came in today. Thanks to Rachel Street Press for the great idea for black on black foil. Never would’ve thought of it myself and it’s a great little improvement that sets the right tone.

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Love those ears #cute

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Love this little dude. He’s so damn #cute.

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chicagopubliclibrary:

CPL Throwback Thursday - Trailer Service From The Legler Regional Library, Circa. 1940

The Legler Library at 115 South Pulaski Road began an experimental trailer service to area industries on April 19, 1940. The first three industrial plants to receive the service were Binks Manufacturing Company, Brach’s Candy Company and Dowst’s Tootsie Toy Manufacturing Company.

Many area factories held defense contracts and the men and women were working 10 to 12 hours a day. Since they did not have the time to visit their local libraries, the Library’s “service to your door” was very popular among the West Side workers. In 1943, circulation to Brach’s employees alone was 12,338 volumes.

Click here to learn more about the Legler Library trailer service!

Source: chicagopubliclibrary
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chicagopubliclibrary:

CPL Throwback Thursday - Trailer Service From The Legler Regional Library, Circa. 1940

The Legler Library at 115 South Pulaski Road began an experimental trailer service to area industries on April 19, 1940. The first three industrial plants to receive the service were Binks Manufacturing Company, Brach’s Candy Company and Dowst’s Tootsie Toy Manufacturing Company.

Many area factories held defense contracts and the men and women were working 10 to 12 hours a day. Since they did not have the time to visit their local libraries, the Library’s “service to your door” was very popular among the West Side workers. In 1943, circulation to Brach’s employees alone was 12,338 volumes.

Click here to learn more about the Legler Library trailer service!

Source: chicagopubliclibrary
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Part of the Chagall Mosaic #Chicago

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More fun stuff #Chicago