Monthly Archives: August 2019

Des’ree You Gotta Be

I totally forgot about this song until I saw Captain Marvel in March. Here’s hoping you challenge what the future holds.

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Romaine Lacaux by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

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Meditation on Irrational Thoughts Part 6

The idea that if something seems dangerous or fearsome, you must become terribly occupied with and upset about it. Wow. This is so true for me.  I am constantly absorbed with my fears.  I am worried about my health, injuries, … Continue reading

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“You’ll Be Back”: History and Fiction

I have heard that George III has, in the UK, largely a positive reputation.  They know of his illness and madness, but by that point, the monarch was largely rendered irrelevant politically.  It was Parliament, not the king, that was … Continue reading

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“The king shall rejoice” by Handel

This is another coronation anthem by Handel.  

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Woman’s Work by John Sloan

I saw this picture for the first time during a tour for the 100th anniversary of the museum.  Apparently, people at the time would have been shocked at the fact that the artist depicts a corset.  You can see the … Continue reading

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