Author Archives: Faith
“a sort of pious filibuster relay” Read on. . . .
Yesterday I told our local bookseller I wanted to start reading in French. Could he recommend something easy and short, perhaps chick lit or kids’ books? Any bilingual editions, I asked? The answer to that last question was mighty convoluted–j’ai … Continue reading
Here’s the report on the pork (I used pork loin) and watermelon dish: IT’S ONE OF THE BEST THINGS I’VE EVER MADE. Super easy and delicious. You are crazy if you don’t go make it right this minute. The photo … Continue reading
This finding is seriously cool, but the way the researchers figured out how it was done is really fascinating. Lately I’ve been watching the PBS series A Chef’s Life, which is great and making me homesick for North Carolina. Last … Continue reading
I had a few art goals for the weekend. One was to make a little video of one or two of my current art projects. Easier said than done, as I am well over 14. Let us just say it … Continue reading
Frankenfood comes to France.
The amazing Austin Kleon pointed me to Quotenik, which is an amazing site for quotes from creative people. I LOVE this entry, from a poet I have long admired: Be a good steward of your gifts. Protect your time. Feed your … Continue reading
Such a great initiative by the New York Times. But I’m still gobsmacked at the women they missed out. Ida B. Wells? SYLVIA PLATH?? I guess “better late than never” really applies in this case.
This is great. And this. I agree with Robert Louis Stevenson: “The world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings.”