I hope the library where we're moving is a good one. I should probably research that...
Last week I boxed up a bunch of paperbacks that I'm planning to donate instead of move. When I told my son Cory I was getting rid of those instead of taking them and that I could just get them at the library when I want to read them, he said that yes, I can get them at our library here, but what if I can't get them at the library there. I'm not really worried about that, but I am definitely going to miss our little library. Sure another library can give me books and programs, but it just won't be the same. It's like if you always went to a certain day spa montreal and then moved to a different city. You're used to the aesthetic and therapeutic services in the elegant and relaxing atmosphere, and you're sure no other spa can be as good.
Maybe it can, but there's something to be said for what you're used to, and if you're used to your montreal day spa the same way I'm used to my library, then it's going to take some adjustment. Will the new spa be open 7 days a week? Will they offer the same therapeutic massages, hydromassages, aesthetic care, and waxing? Will my new library give me the same access to the books I want to read, access to great programs, and a feeling of community?
Or maybe I'm the only one who obsesses over these things. Normal people would just go to the library or the spa in their new town, once they've moved, and see what they have to offer.