I talk to myself. Most of us do.
Often, following a prolonged silence between the two of us, Sue will blurt out a question so disconnected with our most recent conversation that I look at her in stunned amazement.
I have absolutely no idea what she is talking about or how to respond.
Public libraries have been the reading and learning cornerstones of our communities for generations, but in an increasingly digital world, they are seriously under threat in many parts of our country. Unfortunately, they are also vulnerable soft targets for politicians looking to trim expenses at budget time.