Since dropping out of library school a few years ago, I’ve never for a moment regretted it. Though I have great respect for the profession, I couldn’t deny the strength of my calling to be a writer. ✍️ When I was working on my masters in library science, though, I was specifically studying museums, in the hope that I’d be working in a museum, perhaps in the archives, doing research and helping scholars find needed info. My fascination with museums hasn’t diminished, but these days I prefer to visit them and read about them rather than work in them. I happened upon this book on the behind the scenes look at The Met at Half Price Books recently and nearly knocked the shelf over trying to snatch it before anyone else. 😂 Synopsis: An oral portrait of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is based on interviews with fifty-two people, from its security guards and cleaners to its philanthropist supporters and famous patrons, in a celebration of the role of people in how the Met is operated and sustained. ✨PS, that’s just thrift store art in the background. Nothing fancy. 🙃
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@anderson._paak is EASILY one of the most energetic, dynamic and amazing performers out right now. Dude had everyone at @themetphilly dancing and smiling. Bonus video of me capturing the second photo at the end!