The wheels on the bus.....

I popped into the library this afternoon & it was lovely to hear lots of little ones singing with their mums. It was very lively but I had to be careful how I took my photos hence this view!
A side room was full of ladies sewing, knitting & other crafty things.
All in all out library was buzzing!
When I think back to my childhood & we hardly dare make a sound, I can remember mum putting her fingers to her lips to quieten us.

A strange coincidence but I'm wondering if any of my 365 followers have been to Kefalonia in the last couple of weeks? Some friends of ours met them & they knew me as happypat from 365. Our friends didn't think to ask their names. They came from Kent. Bill & Lesley were the names of our friends.
I am so curious to find out who it is!

Three good things:
1. A went a walk today but not as far as I hoped!
2. Church cleaning & a coffee afterwards.
3. A glass of wine in my hand this very minute!
Lovely. Our library has things going on all the time. Much happier place and much more inviting for everyone.
posted September 18th, 2018  
librarys are so much more nowadays. heather takes the children often to events they have. think wine tonight for me. had a busy few days
posted September 18th, 2018  
Great pov, a super shot
posted September 18th, 2018  
Fancy you lurking behind the shelves taking sneaky images! A great pov and yes, libraries are certainly different now. I hope you solve the 365 mystery!
posted September 18th, 2018  
Libraries are very busy and great you don't get shhhhh all the time... hope you fnd your mystery person..
posted September 18th, 2018  
bep
Amazing how libraries have changed.
posted September 18th, 2018  
I love this view!
posted September 18th, 2018  
@mave @brennieb @carolmw @dide @julzmaioro @gijsje

I am a coward about taking photos of people. That's the one downsize for me of just taking diary shots with my iPhone. I would love a very long zoom lens to take Street & people shots without anybody knowing I was taking them. Spying really but oh what fun I would have! Obviously I couldn't take photos of kids but the craft group would have been perfect.
posted September 18th, 2018  
A lovely glimpse from your peep hole ! Libraries have changed so much - lovely to see the activities going on but I must admit I loved our old library with its solid walls and dark wood so cosy , - a lovely little area for the children's library with group activities going on there - the new building doesn't have any character - just a big room ,light bright and soul less !!
posted September 18th, 2018  
I am not comfortable taking photos of strangers so well done you...very brave!
posted September 18th, 2018  
As a school librarian, I love this perspective!
posted September 18th, 2018  
I LOVE this too. What a fantastic provision for alll ages. Now that's given me an idea to include in our life skills activities.
Curious about the friends.....all the fun of 365.
posted September 18th, 2018  
@beryl I used to use the library in the Harris Museum in Preston. I called in on my way to the bus station & it lives with me still going through that imposing entrance. The building us still a central part of Preston but no library there now. The John Ryland library in Manchester is the nicest one I've been in. I did like the library in Birmingham when I met up with @thistle a couple of years ago.
posted September 18th, 2018  
@huvesaker Oh I hid Boo, no one saw me!
posted September 18th, 2018  
@allie912 Yes it would be familiar to you Alison!
posted September 18th, 2018  
@sarah19 Yes libraries are all encompassing g these days thank goodness! All self service too although there is help if you need it.
posted September 18th, 2018  
Just the same in our library too! Although I was told off for my camera some years ago taking it inside! Won't make that mistake again!
posted September 18th, 2018  
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