Letters:
 Alibi V.29 No.14 • April 2-8, 2020

Letters

Hello Alibi,

I just gave a small donation to become a friend of the Alibi. I really appreciate the Alibi (on a personal level, not just as an advertiser), and wanted in particular to tell you and your colleagues how wonderful the Keep Calm and Wash your Hands issue was. I had been feeling quite overwhelmed and stressed by this whole COVID situation. I sat down with that issue, just to flip through, and ended up reading most of it. By the end, I felt so much better! I'm saving it and will look back through it again when I need another dose of calm.

Please give my thanks and best wishes to your colleagues. You all are doing excellent work, and I hope you all stay safe and well as you help us navigate these uncertain times.

All the best,

Carolyn Simmons, Director

Alliance Française School of Abq

I'm hoping I can find an actual hardcopy at Mario's or the Co-Op...

When I saw the driver who delivers to Page One Books back on March 18, we were chatting and I said it might be okay if the Alibi went to every other week until this crisis is over (and businesses/theaters reopen). Just a thought to save some money.

Stay safe and keep up the good fight,

Craig

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