About Mrs. March
Eighteen years ago I walked into the Duckworth Library with a baby on my hip and said to the then director - if you ever need any part-time help, I'd be interested. The rest, as they say, is history.
In the intervening years I've gone from a very part time employee to a "capital L" Librarian, having gotten my Master's degree in Library Science (MLS) from Southern Connecticut State University. I've become a Certified Archivist as designated by the Academy of Certified Archivists. And I've become even more passionate about providing good library services to the students of Young Harris College.
My personal interests lean toward history and other social sciences. I love to read, but I don't like to think about what it might mean, so literature research is not my favorite.
Other jobs I've had - Nursing Home Ombudsman, public radio fundraiser, line cook and a self employed medical transcriptionist. Young Harris is the best!
My idea of a perfect day? It would involved coffee, a beach, good music, sunshine, a good book, excellent wireless access and my husband, and my two sons and beautiful daughter-in-law.
Other important things:
I don't eat bananas.
My iTunes holds both Ft. Minor and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - and I'm proud of it.
I have a problem with random comma placement. So do many of you.
I was born in the west, grew up in the south, lived in the east and have midwestern parents.