You can find previous editions of me pouting HERE.
This post is not entirely serious, but maybe a little bit.
***Our library system is now open for curbside pick-up!***
...And I am happy to say they are not messing around with this COVID-19 bullshit. You call ahead to get an appointment, and you pick your books up within that half hour time frame. When you get to the location you've chosen to have your books sent to, you call and let them know which numbered parking spot you are in, and your name. A librarian brings the books out and sets them next to the parking stall sign. Once the librarian goes inside, you can exit your car to get your books. When you return books, they are left in a bin for three days before anyone touches them to check them back in.
Originally this list was ebooks only, but now that curbside has started, I am including all books I have requests in for.
Books I Am Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiting For
1. The Woman in Cabin 10
Hold Date: April 21st
Starting Position: 24 on 3 copies
Current Position: 5 on 3 copies
2. The Nanny
Date Requested: May 24th
Starting Position: 5 on 6 copies
Current Position: In Delivery
Okay, so I realize in the grand scheme of things this is not a huge issue. But I really want these books, never mind the fact that I have a pile from NetGalley and hundreds of unread books on my Kindle and five-shelf bookcase stacked two and three deep.