Author Archives: Faith
Because it’s beautiful and heartbreaking and important for the current moment.
This will worry my family and friends slap to death, as we used to say in the South. I’ve always been intrigued by miniatures, especially miniature furniture in miniature houses. There used to be at least a couple of dollhouse … Continue reading
A couple of years ago, I had the privilege of spending a glorious art- and food-filled week in Sicily. The genius behind the Anna Tasca Lanza Cooking School, Fabrizia herself, runs courses in all kinds of things, including the art … Continue reading
Those of you who know me IRL will know that I have had a close relationship with insomnia for most of my life–and, for a few years long ago, with sleepwalking. The insomnia was also a major feature of LIFE … Continue reading
And now it’s finally happening. Let’s hear it for librarian Kelly Passek. Some people are not taking no for an answer these days.
My post yesterday brought some interesting responses, most of them wildly complimentary of my painting! So I need to correct this. I am a casual painter. I dabble. I am an amateur. This is why I am taking a watercolor … Continue reading
Today’s entry must be brief, as I am far behind with many things. The pandemic has had its pleasures, has it not? Like Zoom classes and falling down YouTube rabbit holes and OH LORDY Netflix and Hulu and Disney Plus … Continue reading
It’s been raining for days. I shouldn’t complain, as we have had the most glorious spring while in lockdown. And my plants and flowers and herbs need the rain. But I am tired of wet and gray and there is … Continue reading
H/t to friend Alice for pointing me to this interesting article about post-pandemic fashion. I love the idea that we are going to need some “Eccentric clothes, romantic clothes.” I’m in for eccentric. Which I know is going to worry … Continue reading