Scheduling Troubles

Dang, how did I miss that Garrison Keillor is going to be the closing speaker at ALA? And here I'm scheduled to fly out the night before he speaks. Arg!

I am beginning to see the difficulty of scheduling what to do at ALA. It seems almost all of my time will be taken up with GODORT, and then a few must-see sessions of other types (mostly digital collections-related or leadership-related), and then--wait, where's the time for the Exhibits Hall or site-seeing???

Darn it, I still really need that clone of myself. Where, oh where is that Home Cloning Kit?


Mary Beth Sancomb-Moran said...

Yeah - I'll miss Garrison, myself...but since I live an hour from St. Paul I figure I can catch him anytime.

I AM seriously bummed at missing Julie Andrews. The first movie I ever saw in a theater was "The Sound of Music" and from that moment on, I wanted to be Julie Andrews when I grew up. (Not LIKE her, mind you - I wanted to BE her. Such is the thinking of a 6-year old.)

Starrlett said...

Heh, heh. I know what you mean. When I was six, I wanted to be Maid Marian--the fox version in the Disney version. How's that for an impossible dream?

Ah, St. Paul--one of those places I need to make my way to, one of these days. Preferably in summer... my Texas-bred constitution doesn't understand this odd word "winter."