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I’ve finally succumbed to The Blog.

I’m a graduate student; born and raised in good ol’ Utah, but currently living in the South of England where I am earning a Masters diploma in (brace yourself–it’s a long title) Conservation and Restoration of Books and Library Materials. In a nutshell, I fix rare books. It’s only a yearlong program, and time is flying! Come September I don’t know where I’ll be! Guess I should be looking for a job!

This blog is mostly a way for friends and family to check in and see what I’m up to.

It’s also a place to dump my silly internet finds. I’m such a collector.

9 Comments leave one →
  1. Harrison Labrum permalink
    December 15, 2008 6:55 am

    I stumbled onto your blog researching tracy hall. I’m a seventh grader that decided to do my history project on him. I have been trying to gather information about him as an individual. If you have any information I would greatly appreciate it or know of anyone I could talk to. He seems like such a cool guy.

  2. Charles Boisseau permalink
    January 20, 2009 7:39 pm

    I was just researching “birth order” and personality and thought I’d check for “seventh of nine” and found you. I’m the seventh child of nine, too. (I’m in grad school too — for an MFA degree in creative writing, nonfiction, by the way.)

    Glad to find someone bringing up the later third of a big clan.

    Charles Boisseau, Austin, Texas

  3. Lili permalink*
    January 20, 2009 9:52 pm

    I’m so sorry I haven’t replied sooner. I think it’s cool that you’re researching my grandpa, and I would love to put you in contact with my dad or one of my aunts or uncles. It’s probably too late to help you, but I’ll send you an email anyway.

    Very cool! Thanks for commenting. I’m always excited to meet another seventh-of-nine. You sound like a pretty cool person ;) Good luck with your MFA!

  4. Deanna permalink
    June 18, 2009 10:34 am

    I love the yip yip costumes!! I would love to make them where did you get the pattern?? Did you create yourself?
    Thanks so much!!

  5. August 29, 2009 6:02 am

    I am writing to you in reference to the what appears to be infamous “Grand Teton Wildflower, Wyoming” photo or whatever it is.
    I was absolutly taken by this print, and I really don’t care if its real or not.
    I would love to get a print of this to place over my fireplace (approx 24 x 32)

    The only thing I can find on it is folks talking about it beng fake. I am not concerned about
    that. My mother in-law was just out in Wyoming and I sent her on a search for it, to no avail.
    It also appear that it is no longer on Webshots. ????

    Do you have any idea where I could get this ?

    Thanks for your help.
    Donna McQueen

  6. Lili permalink*
    August 29, 2009 4:00 pm

    Donna, I’m so sorry, I have no idea where to get a print. Good luck in your search!

  7. November 14, 2009 6:32 pm

    Hello Lili,
    Eu sou brasileiro, sou bookbinder e sou mórmom por 30 anos.
    E se entendi bem você também é. certo?
    Só escrevo pra de dizer que gostei muito do seu trabalho.
    E planejo um dia conhecer Salt lake City.
    I wrote in portuguese because I do not dominate the English



  8. Eduardo Aragon permalink
    December 30, 2009 3:48 am

    Hi Lily,

    I found your blog as I was looking for book binding classes in Utah. I was wondering if you know a place that teaches them. Im looking for just a basic class, any ideas? thank you!

  9. April 7, 2010 7:52 pm

    hi lili – we were at BYU together back in the day. i would love to spotlight you and your work on my blog. email me if you are interested. your work looks amazing!

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