Little Elm Public Library newsletter
The most exciting thing happened on Saturday, October 10th. My daughter had her baby (named Annalia Irene, weighing in at 7 pounds 3 ounces). It is a good thing that I came into the 21st century by buying a new phone that has texting and other media capabilities. I was spending a lot of time texting her husband during the time that she was not in the mood to talk due to the labor pains. What was really psychic is that I had not texted for a few hours and then the next time I sent a text asking how she was, he told me she was delivering the baby. There is a lot to be said about a mother’s instinct and intuition. Stay tuned for weekly updates and I would love to hear any of your stories about mother’s intuition and instinct. I am also conducting a survey. For those of you who are grandparents, what do the grandchildren call you?
Bestsellers added this week include “Dexter by Design” by Jeff Lindsay; “The Lost Symbol” by Dan Brown; “Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman” by Jon Krakauer; “Pilgrims” by Garrison Keillor; “Have a Little Faith” by Mitch Albom; “Hardball” by Sara Paretsky; Perfect Piece by Rebeca Seitz and “Hothouse Orchid” by Stuart Woods. I am currently listening to “Hothouse Orchid” on audio and it is very good.
Speaking of reading, drop by the library on Saturday, October 17th at 10:30am during family story time and listen to stories while spending time with Molly the Schipperke certified through Therapy Dog International. At 1pm, visit the knitting club.
For a future event, mark you calendars for the upcoming business and craft fair held on Saturday, October 24th from 11-2. Representatives from Scentsy Wickless Candles; SATLUP.COM (Buildablanket); Discovery Toys; Local Crafter Linda Dallas; Avon; Local Crafter Raejean; Fu-Jin Restaurant; Little Elm Toastmasters; Occasions and Causes; 1st Class D.J. Service; Tupperware; Local Crafter Norma Perez; Herbalife; Bev’s Designs (jewelry); U.S. Census Bureau (will have giveaway items); and Dickey’s BBQ (free cups while supplies last).
There is still time to buy your hockey tickets to watch the Texas Tornadoes Hockey Team in action on Saturday, October 24th at 7pm. Tickets need to be purchased by Thursday, October 22nd at 5pm. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the Little Elm Public Library. The library receives $5.00 of each ticket sold.
Another event that starts on October 25th and runs through the 27th is the Little Elm Fire Department’s “Care Enough to Wear Pink; Firefighters For a Cure”. Join the firefighters as they support breast cancer by selling pink shirts for $15. Shirts can be purchased at the Central Fire Station between 9am and 5pm Monday through Friday or by emailing James Connor at email@example.com. All profits donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
For more information about anything contact the library by calling 214-975-0430; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.