Everyone is fascinated when they find out that I’m the director of a library that serves visually-impaired people. Their first question inevitably is, “So can you read braille?” Unfortunately, no. I cannot. My library only deals with Talking Books. However, I am taking a class on braille and am excited about all the changes in braille technology. Refreshable braille displays are amazing!
Previously, I was the director of a public library in a small city bordering southwest Detroit. However, my favorite job was being a children’s librarian. I loved being the Storytime Princess and introducing children to puppetry.
As to my personal life, I live with my husband and two children in Taylor, Michigan. I’m still trying to figure out whether my children are human. I secretly believe I gave birth to aliens. If you ever met my children, you would understand why I think they are aliens. That’s all I’m going to say about that, or about myself for that matter. It’s time for you to check out the rest of my site, and I do apologize for the neglect it’s been receiving lately. I’ve been preparing for a presentation at the Michigan Library Association Annual Conference and have been focusing my efforts lately on my other site, Vision Impairment Info.