Libraries are important in every stage of life. As a child we go to the library to find all those Goosebumps books our parents won’t buy for us. As a teen we go to check out DVDs and CDs to rip and add to our digital collections. As college students we go to write that paper we’ve had for months, but are just starting to write the night before it is due. As homeless adults we go to get on the Internet and look at porn. And as old people we go to find someone (anyone) to talk to. The library is always there for us, so it is important to be there for our libraries when they need us. That was a duty I had been neglecting for too long, but now that I have a California driver’s license that will be the case no longer. I. Will. Have. Books!