Over the past few weeks I have continued to receive more notes of appreciation for the National Library, its services and my contributions to them and I would like to say thank you again to all those who have taken the time and trouble to contact me. I have replied to each of you individually and hope I have not missed anyone out – if I have, please accept my apologies.
It is still my hope that the National Library of Conductive Education will become a ‘living’ library again, providing all established services and perhaps introducing a few new ones. Who knows? A new librarian, a new era, could bring fresh ideas. What is important to me is that the library goes on, carries on being an important resource for all those interested in Conductive Education.
Many of you have asked what I will do now, and all I can say is that I hope to stay in touch with the conductive world and though I am not retired in the full sense of the word, I am not ‘working’ either. So please do stay in touch and let me know how CE, and you, are in your neck of the woods.
Meanwhile I shall continue a skeleton news and information service here on http://www.ce-libray.blogspot.com/. Let me know if you think that there is any help that you would like from a ‘librarian without a library’!