theperfectworldwelcome:

Beautiful !!! \O/

theperfectworldwelcome:

Beautiful !!! \O/

sonofhislove:

God didn’t send His Son to die for a bunch of sinners and hypocrites, He sent His Son to die for a bunch of sinners and hypocrites who have the potential to become sons of God, because that’s who He really saw us as. That was the joy set before Him, the bigger picture of the cross. Faith in Christ changes the heart and empowers the life and we live by our faith.

A library is never complete. That’s the joy of it. We are always seeking one more book to add to our collection.

— Catherynne M. Valente, The Girl Who Fell Beneath Fairyland and Led the Revels There. (via falling-inlove-with-books)

pickeringtonlibrary:

libkimberly:

blackberrybooks:

9987999thplace:

New Dewey Decimal posters for the library!

So fancy!

These are so pretty! Do want!

We love these - and we’re so inspired by them! 

Librarians are well known for sneaking in books by dangerous authors. In 1988, two copies of “Pride and Prejudice” were found in Night Vale. No one knows quite how many people read these copies, but the ensuing riots inconvenienced hundreds and led to the current cleaning schedule.

— Welcome to Night Vale, episode 54: A Carnival Comes to Town (via the-librarians-of-night-vale)

do-not-touch-my-food:

Snickerdoodle Peanut Butter Chocolate Chex Mix Bars

It’s the season of time to let yourself go!

WHEN YET ANOTHER STAPLER IS BROKEN BY A PATRON

librarianproblems:

Submitted by Andrea

YES! This is such a problem in the reference department. I even saw an article in a proffesional journal discussing the death and kidnapping of academic staplers.

mending4:

old stories by some flowers which never wither on Flickr.
old stories

hq76o261984:

kellymce:

americanlibraryassoc:

According To Stock Photos, Nothing Is Sexier Than Reading

Sounds about right.

I’d like to point out, that top photo is in, like, a bay of bound journals or something. 

Flirting in the stacks:

Got that citation handy, trynna find the right year and volume where the article is located, when all of a sudden… you’re sharing stack-space with a total hunk who’s looking for an article from the same periodical as you.

I’m trying to imagine what her punny pick-up line would be, and nerdily, what journal they’re both looking at. Maybe Journal of psychology & human sexuality (ISSN 0890-7064)?

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