Wednesday, the Safelite technician came and installed a new rear window in my car.
Later I drove to Paducah, doing some errands on the way and others when I got there. I didn't see my knitting friends as I had hoped to, because Panera was closed for some reason. Then I went to Metropolis and had supper with Alyssa and her family.
About 11 a.m. Thursday, as I was working on the computer, it went off. I figured that the electric company, who have been replacing poles and wires in the area, had interrupted the power temporarily. I shifted over to the sofa and started knitting. About an hour and a half later, I realized that the clock radio in the weaving room was working and registered the same time as the non-electric clock by the computer. So I checked the breaker box - one breaker had flipped. It was the same one that had given a problem before. I called the electrician, but told him it was NOT an emergency - only a few ceiling lights and outlets off. He came yesterday and disconnected the line running out, underground, to the shed. He realized that he should have done that when he was here a couple of weeks ago, so he didn't charge me anything.
Later yesterday, I went into Mayfield to return books to the library and attend the 'Fall Festival' at Rose's dance school. Some of the students danced, and then there were games (you had to buy tickets - it was a fund-raiser, after all) and hotdogs and soda.