Daily Notes: Monday, March 1

We’re finally nearing the point where we close our list for the Fall 2010 season. We’ve got a great crop of books that you’ll be able to check out once we’ve finished the catalog and sent it off to the printer. But, while we’re finalizing everything for Fall, we still have great things happening now, like the release of the Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook, Congressional Ambivalence, and Homer Simpson Marches on Washington (I wonder if Matt Groening will make it an episode?).

Also, next weekend we’ll be attending Kentucky Crafted at the Louisville Exposition Center. Come say hello at our booth (#701)! You can find John and Teresa there Thursday and Friday; John, Mack, and I Saturday (although John may be stalking the Syracuse basketball team); and Mack and I on Sunday. I hear we’re close to the food vendors, which could mean trouble and/or lots of delicious-ness!

By the way, did anyone watch the closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympics? I had to change the channel after seeing the giant, inflatable beavers! In other Olympic news, there were some happy people in the office this morning after USA’s exciting silver medal finish in Men’s Hockey- way to go Team USA!

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Is it spring yet?

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