Stay Warm in Autumn: Roasted Pumpkin Soup
I am thankful that the cold of April and May is behind us. Summer was just waiting for the 21ˢᵗ to make it official.
Reading this brought up some memories and feelings, more than a few that I work hard to keep burying. (This is your trigger warning.) “The third Sunday in June is a challenging one for those of us with fathers who were destructive forces in our lives. A missing father leaves a void—a toxic one with… Continue reading Father’s Day? It’s complicated.
“The blazing Romanticism of this gold, green and purple visionary scene belies any misconception that Monet simply painted what he saw or was a relaxed celebrant of leisure. Even the morally fervent Victorian critic Ruskin might have been moved if he’d seen that medieval church glowing on its hilltop in the mystical sun. He would… Continue reading Claude Monet’s The Church at Varengeville