Okay, that's fine.
But then oddly, it went to Carson on Sunday. I live on the Westside -- Carson is southeast. Not what I'd expect, but not a big deal. And this morning…it’s now in Amarillo, Texas!
The tracking page says the package is on its way to its destination, but a) at this point, I no longer have the slightest idea what they consider its “destination,” and b) even if that means here in Los Angeles, and even if it actually gets here this evening like it says – I still don’t have a clue why it went from Los Angeles to Texas??!!!
The only thing that makes sense is how appropriate the title of the book is. The book by Sholem Aleichman (who wrote the Tevye stories that Fiddler on the Roof is based on) is the one that was originally given to the writers of the musical to consider adapting. They all liked it, but it's a very wide ranging story, and they weren't sure would make a good musical. But they like it enough to look at other Sholem Aleichem stories and came across the ones with Tevye the Dairyman. The name of this book that started it all -- and is now making its way across the United States randomly -- is...Wandering Stars.