Today marks 10 years of marriage to The Chef! I wish that we could do something fantastic to celebrate, but alas! During a pandemic, it truly is enough to have each other and our love (so corny). Cheers to us…and anyone else celebrating something important during these awful times.
Dance in the Country by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1883)
Portrait of Stéphane Mallarmé by his friend, Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1892):
Stéphane Mallarmé by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1892. Palace of Versailles.
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Thursday was beautiful and sunny. Today…well, today is rainy and dreary. Never fear, for I have a plan: lounge around, read, eat some oatmeal, read. Nap. Repeat.
View from my studio window, oatmeal with strawberries, a book about Renoir. Not pictured: napping next to my sweet doggie.
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The Umbrellas by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (born on 2/25/1841), circa 1881-1886.
“Life is an unanswered question, but let’s still believe in the dignity and importance of the question.”-Tennessee Williams (died on 2/25/1983)
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