day one of the rest of your life

yeah, it feels like today was day one of the rest of my life. nothing big or anything….

missed connections

for my interview this morning at The National Archives of New York, unfortunately their building has what i suspect was continuing problems from Super Storm Sandy, so they had no power. i didn’t have a chance to have my interview to volunteer, which was frustrating. hope to reschedule soon.

i am also intrigued to see their new space. saw a picture of the new facility on Facebook and am intrigued.

AudioVisual Preservation Solution recently posted a behind-the-scenes look at the new National Archives of New York

AudioVisual Preservation Solution recently posted a look at the new National Archives of New York facilities

 

first day

first day jitters at the CUNY Graduate Center Library. first day, which was only a few hours.

i think the whole idea of if i am stressed or scared about something, well that means i am invested, and it matters — this makes sense. but my nerves are pretty shot.

the blogging thing is complicated by the fact that i want to maintain this blog, it might be possible to do an official CUNY blog, and i sort of want to do the separate internship blog like i did last time. it was very helpful when i wanted to use it for motivation, as a process blog. so i may need to retroactively blog once that is worked out. hopefully.

 

cut glass

cut glass

cut glass

while all of this stuff is happening, i feel like cut glass, shattered, with holes, still holding up, but definite fissures and stresses.

 

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About Erika Herzog

big music fan. used to work in the movie business a little bit. love weaving and knitting. own a banjo. haven't picked up the corn cob pipe. yet.

Posted on January 31, 2013, in internship. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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