My trip to the downtown library

Hi Blog world,

I have had a really great week this week.  This past Wednesday, I went with my future God-Mother to the downtown library.  I usually use another library here in town so this was the first time using this one.  When we got there my future God-Mother told me what time it opened and what street it is located on in case I want to go back.  We went through the first floor then we went to the second floor. We found a table and then we both got settled. I first do a 50 question and answer worksheet for my future God-Mother and I to do.  It wasn’t that hard to come up with the questions, however, some of them did take some thinking time.  After I got that down I started another project. Cough, cough. I don’t want to say much since I don’t want to spoil the surprise later on.

Because I didn’t use my laptop computer for my second project it took the rest of the time while I was there.  The only thing I have to say about that is I have a long way to go. But I have a lot of time on my hands so I am not going to rush it and find out I have a project that I don’t like.

After my future God-Mother and I finished our work at the library we went downstairs to look at the books and magazines that were for sale. I didn’t find anything that I wanted to buy but I had a fun time browsing. 🙂

After we left the library we went out to lunch, and we went to Wendy’s and we had hamburgers.  We were still not done with our day, because we went out for milkshakes. It was a great day.

Here’s my question of the week: What kind of books or magazines do you guys like to read when you are at the library? Tell me in the comments below.

Blog soon,

Amanda Gene

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