Dear --FNAME--,

As we all ping-pong through alternating hopes and fears in this day-to-day whipsaw of coronavirus updates, I'm holding the promise of October in my mind.

Fall is both ahead and far away; Women At Woodstock will happen. I've used the last several days of holing up at home as an opportunity to build a new website for this year's events. I hope you find the new site more beautiful, fun, and also more informative and easy to navigate. Click here to visit. And give your friends a little mental breather too - send them the link:  https://womenatwoodstock.annvbaker.com
 
 
 
 
 
P.S.
 
 
 
Be sure to click on the Look Book with photos from all the past year's events. It's at the very bottom of the home page:
 
 
 
 
 
And for a moment of calm, watch: Start the Day Your Way at Women At Woodstock. Scroll 2/3 of the way down the home page:
 
 
 
 
 
Click below to visit the whole website:
 
 
 
 
 
Please...

Take care of yourself and your loved ones -
but remember that your loved ones include all of humanity:
* Don't hoard - keep supplied only with what you really need.
* Offer to share what you can spare. NextDoor is a great site for
letting your neighbors know if you have extra food, toilet paper, etc.
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Check on elderly or at-risk neighbors.
Offer to shop for them when they need food or supplies.
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Don't expose others to your own germs even if you
are sure you've not been exposed to the coronavirus. Stay home! 
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Get your flu & pneumonia shots so you don't contribute to
the load on medical providers by needing treatment for these diseases.
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Enjoy the stillness.

The more we act in concert, the better we will weather this.
 
 
 
 
 
Hoping for the best for everyone,