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Hi friends!

Sorry for the radio silence the past few days.  I’ve been busy!

Got my car back yesterday – finally.  You may recall that I hit a deer on March 1st, which buckled my hood and bashed in the front end of the car.  It’s been in the body shop all this time, and I was driving a loaner.  Tuesday morning I got a call saying it was ready, so I went to the body shop, dropped off the loaner, signed a bunch of papers, and drove off the lot with my car.  Whew, right?

Nope.  Nothing is ever that easy.

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I got halfway home, and the whole dashboard lit up with every possible warning.  A message was flashing, “Go to dealership immediately” and luckily, it was just down the road from where I was at the time.  I’m still under warranty, so I got to drive in on the “VIP side” of the garage.  I explained my problem, and it turned out to be just a system reset issue.  Nothing was wrong, except the car’s computer needed to be rebooted.

However, they couldn’t do it right away.  So they put me in a loaner.  Sigh.  Got it back yesterday, though, and it’s like brand new, inside and out, so I think (fingers and toes crossed) that this particular adventure is finally over.

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As a gesture of kindness to the human community during this pandemic, Andrew Lloyd Webber will be putting his musicals online so we can all enjoy a reprieve from worry.  Starts today, with “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”  Each musical will be available for 48 hours starting on each Friday at 7 p.m. British Time, which is 2 p.m. U.S. Eastern Time.  So, if you are interested, be sure to tune in during a 48 hour window after the start time.  Search for the Youtube channel called “The Shows Must Go On.”

I’m still sewing masks for the local hospital, and I’ve got a bit of a cottage industry going here.  Fabric all over the place.  I haven’t sewed in years, so this is different for me, but it’s for a good cause.

Please observe all the “rules” during this time, and keep yourself well.  The world needs you.

Fondly,

Annette