Albert Einstein said that, and it's a wonderful quote, easily appreciated by those

of us who have that creative muse whispering into our ears. Right now, with all

that we are facing in a world gone upside down, I'd say it is more important than

ever to listen to our Creative Muse. Whether writing, reading, finding new ways to

entertain ourselves, our children, keeping in touch in new ways with family and friends,

and keeping up our own morale, we can draw on our creativity to make each day a good day.

We are a strong, courageous and giving nation that can, together, overcome adversity.

If you are writing, carry on, we can't wait to hear about it. We here at Kentbury are sheltering in place, listening to the medical professionals and ask you all to be well, be smart, be safe.

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