Last week, I wrapped up my binge watch of HBO's light docudrama/comedy series "Julia", based on my beloved hero Julia Child. Her program, "The French Chef", basically invented food TV - to say nothing about breaking the gender barrier and the stereotype for leading ladies of the day. Read more
Posts tagged: summer
Oh Lana you are looking oh so fine. I secretly want to spend an entire afternoon just hanging about in that big pink clam shell, lazing idly among all those pillows. How about we throw in a good summer read and a bag of Cape Cod Waves potato chips while we're at it. Ah ... what a perfect lazy summer day that would be.
High summer brings thoughts of tart lemon flavors, refreshing dips in the sea, late afternoon naps, and long lingering dinners with friends and family under the stars. We're also lucky to have a few weddings on our calendar this summer - always a treat to bear witness to love in first bloom, but beyond joyous after our long dark Covid days apart.
Do you remember Little Feat and "Put on your Sailing Shoes"? I'm feeling a little nostalgic this week, thank you in advance for indulging me. Above is my friend Steve's Swan 48, Dreamcatcher, moored in Katama harbor on Martha's Vineyard. I took this photo a few summers ago, on the way out to his boat to race in the Round the Island Race. His regular crew included a lot of our old Dartmouth college sailing teammates from the 1980s, but all of them continue to race a lot more than I do. I got invited to this regatta for several years running, I think because I could get good restaurant reservations in Edgartown, and because I had wonderful friends in town who'd let the whole crew use their shower.
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