I am beyond tired right now. I've spent the last hour and a half working about a dozen cataloging problems. Were any of them perfect? No. Some had errors as tiny as using "in" instead of "during", or going one step too far on a Cutter number. My biggest errors were in LCC, where fatigue played a factor. I wasn't quite thorough enough and didn't find the right number (five more minutes when I 'm less tired would have done it). I'm still not where I need to be but I'm learning the ropes--and I think that that's the point at this point in my career. I am making progress.
Management continues to be a cross to bear--a LOT of work, a lot more than I had for LS550 (Intro to Research)--and that was a four-week class, not fourteen. I just have to remember that I'm eating an elephant--and to do it one bite at a time. Eyelids heavy. Going to bed.
*Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields, Swing Time, 1936