Everyone and everything is in full swing of day 3 at #alaac18.
You can squeeze a lot into a morning when you start at 4 a.m.
— SamHelmick (@GeometricRabbit) June 24, 2018
You talked to a conference newbie.
— Sara Zettervall (@sarazet) June 24, 2018
You challenged yourself.
— Elspeth (@lunabrd) June 24, 2018
You have a favorite memory of #alaac18.
Today I saw Jacqueline Woodson stop and chat with and sign books for the security staff that checks our badges in the exhibit hall and it's absolutely my favorite thing I've seen at ALA. #alaac18
— Angie @ ALA – let's hang out! (@misskubelik) June 24, 2018
You came up with an idea.
Next year, I propose there be a 101 session on how to approach the microphone at Q&A entitled “Don’t Be That Guy.” #alaac18
— John Jackson (@johnxlibris) June 23, 2018
You heard some good advice.
Overheard on the shuttle, "just donate all your clothes to charity to make room [for arcs]." 😅#alaac18
— Matthew Noe (@NoetheMatt) June 24, 2018
You ran into some “supers.”
Your year has already been made.
— Eimmy Solis (@eimmysolis) June 24, 2018
You became speechless.
— Meagan (@meaganreads) June 24, 2018
You had some thoughts.
— Mohamed Berray (@MohamedBerray) June 24, 2018
BONUS tweet: Here’s how one of the #alaleftbehind folks is coping.
I’m missing #NewOrleans something fierce right now with all the #alaac18 posts I’ve been seeing so I made homemade #vegetarian #jambalaya and fresh baked French bread. @ALALibrary pic.twitter.com/3ZEcMrXgvd
— Naughty Librarian (@AmandaVenture) June 24, 2018