You know it’s time for a holiday when…

Today someone stopped me on the street to ask whether I could tell her how to get to a certain intersection. I gave her directions, she thanked me, and we went our separate ways. Now, in my defense, this all happened in French, which made my brain work a little harder than it usually has to, but as I walked away, my first thought was to mark this down as a reference interaction (at McGill, we would call it a “directional” question). Clearly I’m stuck in work mode – I’m sure glad the holidays are almost here!

In other news, there’s an article about the CODE fundraiser up on the ABQLA website:

And I have a new post up on the Re:Gen blog:

Have a great holiday, everyone!

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