I haven’t shared any of the postings that I’ve found particularly entertaining or informative in a while – and as we were reminded earlier this week in the Mom Song, sharing is important. And of course at the same time I have a few more photos to share from the trip to Napoli. These are various doors throughout the city – many on Via Toledo and the Centro Storico.
- In honour of last week’s celebration of World Nutella Day, Michelle has done a Nutella Round Up. Its chock-a-block with links to recipes, articles, photos and ephemera concerning the world favorite chocolate and hazelnut spread. And apparently plans are already under way for next year’s festivities.
- Though Sunday’s here seem to be taken up with lunching with friends I’ve missed Sunday drives with Jeff. He hadn’t done one in a while but at the beginning of the month took us down Saticoy Avenue of Boogie Nights fame.
- I’ve been come very addicted to Margaret and Helen, particularly since Helen has decided to take it upon herself to read the latest book by Ann Coulter. She gives us, and Margaret, a Cole’s notes version of La Coulter’s magnum opus saving us from having to buy it in the remainders bin and giving Ms Coulter so much as a red penny.
And very thoughtfully she’s posted pretty much by chapter:
- Ann Coulter Almost Failed Obedience School
- Come Ann Coulter or High Water
- Does Ann Coulter Have Opposable Thumbs
- If Ann Coulter falls in the forest and nobody hears her.. can we just leave her there?
Thanks Helen, you should be writing book reviews for the New York Times. But you also raise the question: Should Ann Coulter be writing at all?
- My friend LotusGreen over at Japonisme has been featuring the work of Arthur Wesley Dow since the beginning of the month. Dow was an American painter, printmaker, photographer, and extremely influential arts educator. Amongst his students and disciples he numbered Georgia O’Keefe and he was a leader in the American Arts and Crafts movement.
13 febbraio – San Benigno di Todi