The train to Toronto doesn’t leave until 2:00 (in theory–I haven’t checked to see if it’s running late yet), so I feel like I have time. I’ve been using that time to hang around in my pajamas and finally make all the phone calls I need to make to change my address, since I’ve been living in my new place for two months now. I’ve also been planning two other trips because everyone knows the best time to plan a trip is the day you’re leaving to go on one you aren’t adequately prepared for.
Well, my presentation’s set. It’s just the pesky being-showered-and-packed-and-remembering-where-I’m-staying part I haven’t figured out.
I also don’t exactly know how I’m getting to the train station.
But, whatever, the presentation. I’m going to Toronto for my first time attending the OLA Super-Con, where I’ll be speaking with my colleague Alison McCullough of the Oshawa Public Libraries at 3:45pm tomorrow. Our session is “Helping Homeschoolers in the Library,” and it’s a live version of a webinar we did for the Education Institute last spring. I’ve really been looking forward to this.
So much so that I think I may even take a shower and pack. After I do a few more things.