I'm afraid we Hoodie Hooed too hard and broke the weather.
We really just wanted all of the snow piles to melt! So the library staff Hoodie Hooed extra-loud this year and Dr. Shank and his staff even came to the library to help. Then the weather turned 56 degrees and it rained and all of the snow tried to melt at one time, which turned ditches into rivers and yards into lakes.
So I'm sorry for all of the trouble that Thorntown Public Library has caused. Maybe next year we'll just have one cake.
Here is our photo that was on the Front Page of the Lebanon Reporter today:
|"Local Library Responsible for Turbulent Winter Weather"|
AB Used-To-Be-Photographer Christine decided that she would just make a movie of Hoodie Hoo since Mr. Rod Rose from the Lebanon Reporter was photographing the Momentous Occasion. Christine checked her camera to make sure the little "video" thing was selected like a good documentary filmmaker. The thing she didn't realize was that she accidentally hit the take-a-picture button when she was fiddling around with the camera. So she filmed everything BEFORE and AFTER Hoodie Hoo (like her feet, and Mr. Rod Rose's feet, and her sweater, and the railing, and a lot of sidewalk) and captured precisely ZERO minutes of Hoodie-Hooing.
After a vote of No Confidence, my staff and I have decided to rescind her Hoodie Hoo photography/videography privileges, which means she'll have to appear in the Hoodie Hoo photo and/or video, arms a-flappin', for the first time EVER in 2015.
She did get a good photo of Dr. Chris Shank and his staff:
|Hoodie Hoo Part Two!|
Since this winter has been especially cold, snowy, and miserable, we decided we needed to make buttons for anyone who participated. So if you live in Boone County, Indiana, and you woke up this morning to find your lawn furniture in the neighbor's yard, look for someone wearing one of these:
After the yelling and waving, everyone went back into the library to have Cake(s), Pink Lemonade, and Sunshine Salad.
Thank you for reading about our 10th Annual Hoodie Hoo Day celebration. I, as usual, snoopervised the library while all of the staff and library visitors were outside making a racket, because that's what good Bosses do.
Besides that, in here it's always spring-time! When I get a chill I just find a nice warm chair, planner, or stack of paper to relax on.
Purrs, Headbutts, and Apologies for all of the Thunderboomers,