Hugs, Crying, Rejoicing

Here ends Fall Quarter 2010. And here begins Trips to the Airport — which is where I take people to the airport to go home to their families and then pick them up as they return. My first trip will be tomorrow at 5 a.m. No worries, I, too, will be heading to the airport to make my way back to the lovely and snowy Minnesota.

These trips to the airport remind me of the last scene of the movie Love Actually where everyone reunites at the airport and hugs and cries and rejoices. These activities (hugging, crying and rejoicing) all happen at the end of a complicated, stressful quarter of library school, too. Heart-bopping music doesn’t fill the classrooms and hallways, though it should.

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