And yes, I've sent the package to the agent who requested it.
Ann Abeyta told me Sundance was not only freezing but expensive. After living in LA, that didn't surprise me. A martini STARTS at $7.50 here. So she and Grae go into a bar and in front of them overhear a couple from the Midwest ordering drinks. They were told the drinks were $3.50 each. The couple was shocked that any cocktail could cost that much. So when Ann and Grae got to the bar behind them, they ordered two each. Score!
I went to Costco and was in there 20 minutes, bought 4 items and left. I had carefully remembered where I parked my car and used a red umbrella for a site marker. Imagine my surprise when I walked straight back to it and found another car parked in my space. I had to hike back to the front door and call security. I called my sister during the FIFTEEN MINUTES it took security to find it. She recounted her own Costco Lost Car story. The security guy she got, Manuel, made her get in the front seat with him as he drove around since her car is white and every car in LA is white except mine, which is purple.
She and Manuel are riding slowly along when a Rolls Royce cruises by.
"Linda? Is that YOU?" She looks over and it's her friend, David Niven, Jr., the son of legendary actor David Niven. Mortified, she says "Yes" as if this was a normal, everyday occurrence in her life and Manuel is her husband.
"What are you doing?"
"Looking for my car."
"Well get off that thing and get in mine; I'll help you look."
"No thanks, I'm fine."
And she rode off with Manuel. Humiliated. Although she said it was hard to tell which of the three of them looked more stunned.
End of chat.
David Niven, Jr.