In 3 days I saw 25 classes equaling approximately 600 kids.
There were the initial 400-500 books left all over the library PLUS the roughly 800-900 more that were returned by the classes I saw.
By quitting time Friday I had shelved every last book....in three days...in between seeing classes...every.single.book....by myself.
Today I organized 700 library cards.
I kicked library butt. I took names....and I alphabetized them like any good wannabe librarian would.
However, none of that seems to match up to the billions of cavorting wee beasties* carried on the coughs, sneezes, grubby hands, and runny noses of 1400 cavorting wee kiddies in two schools.
I am feeling less than healthy.
*Descriptor used by Anton Von Leeuwenhoek, father of microbiology, when referring to single-celled organisms. It's a job in a school, I have to be educational here.