For the Family’s Sake: Ch 11

Madame André Wormser and her Children by Edouard Vuillard (1927) Oops! I thought I’d already posted my thoughts on this chapter: ‘Choose Wisely and Leave Time for the Daily Rhythms.’  Well, my daily rhythms have certainly been out of kilter this week. A combination of a painful tooth and an ear problem has messed me … Continue reading For the Family’s Sake: Ch 11

Bookish Catch-up

“Good fiction’s job is to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”― David Foster Wallace I don't think that's the only function of fiction, but it may be a consequence. Some fiction is solely for relaxation, speaking of which, my husband and I have just returned from a holiday by the beach, the first time we've … Continue reading Bookish Catch-up