The LibrainFormer professional school librarian, now retired through chronic illness. Trying to keep cheerful by reading, drinking lots of tea, blogging my new life, and my love of bling!
- Update 30/09/22 with gorgeous Massaccesi offer!
- Reading roundup 28/09/22
- Update 26/09/22 with a new hairdo!
- Outfits of the week 23/09/22 with a birthday and a funeral
- Reading roundup 21/09/22
- Mourning 09/09/22 – updated 12/09/22
- Reading roundup 07/09/22
- Update 05/09/22 with a very quick post
- Outfits of the week 02/09/22
- Reading roundup 31/08/22
Tag Archives: blogs
Welcome to a new week on the blog. Today I want to respond to the comments on here and elsewhere about last Monday’s post. Thanks to all of you who took the time to write to me, I really appreciate … Continue reading
Hello and welcome to a new week on this blog. If you haven’t visited before, I try to post three times each week: Monday is for Updates: random musings, bits of news, shopping and anything that catches my eye. Wednesday … Continue reading
I’m sorry that I didn’t post last Friday. It would have been my Mother’s 89th birthday and I felt so sad, thinking about how much I miss her. I simply couldn’t bring myself to write anything on here. To be … Continue reading
I just want to wish you all a very Happy New Year! May you have a really great 2020! Today is this blog’s third birthday too. I am glad that I revived the blog in 2017 and used it to … Continue reading
Before I retired in 2014, I was a school librarian for many years, with seven years “off” bringing up our two lads. My old Librain blog was all about the wonderful profession of school librarianship, but ill-health, both physical and … Continue reading
Part one of this series was last Monday: Wardrobe planning #17: Fashion and style blogs #01 . I decided that this subject needed another post, so here it is! Last week I wrote: Now that I have retired, and also … Continue reading
Now that I have retired, and also because I spend so much time resting, I have time to read all kinds of subjects. In the past, I would have been reading professional material about school libraries, literacy and the wider … Continue reading