I don’t have a great memory of what that was like, but I think it was around 1993 or 1994 that I first started to realize that the library is a great place to hang out, to read, to do whatever you want to do, and that it has all kinds of other perks that make it one of the most enjoyable places in the world to live.
I remember being there with my friends when the first Star Wars movie came out, and it was so good that we were like, We should do this.
I think we were going to go to see a movie at the library, but then we found out that the next one would be released in the library.
So, we started making lists of all the things we wanted to do in the future, and then we were just like, “Oh, shit.
I want to go out and buy this book that we’re reading.”
And I was like: I don, want to buy that book?
So we started to go around the neighborhood, and all of a sudden we were walking around like, Oh my God, I can’t get this book out of here.
And then we’d get it back, and we’d be like, Wow, I wish we could get that book out.
And we’d start playing with it.
We’d go and play with the picture frame, and the books would get flipped over, and things would fall off the shelves.
And the library was like the perfect place to do that, because there’s just so many different things that you can do.
I don:t think I really remember that, but it was definitely one of those things where, like, it’s all you know, and you’re like, No, we should go back to our house and play a little more.
And that was probably one of my favorite experiences of all time, and probably one I’ll never forget.