If you haven’t seen the opening of last night’s Tony Awards, take 7 minutes and do it now! NPH is regularly awesome, but this opening is brilliant for its sheer joy. That’s what art is — the joy of making something, even if you struggled in its making or on your personal path — and [...]
1. We went to a friend’s the other evening, and I took along (what else?) a pie. I’d made it with griotte cherries, which are dark and tart. Our friends were asking about the filling (we were trying to translate griotte across languages — one person was born & raised in Switzerland although she’s half [...]
Another week, another adventure. This past weekend we went to Romainmôtier and saw an ancient abbey, a cryptozoology-themed art opening, and a rose festival. We also had tea at the old priory, which has been transformed into a delightful tea room, and then went on a hike to a waterfall in the woods. For the [...]
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