Afternoon, all! Another busy week, so another "easy" post. Here are some of my favorite reads from around the interwebs lately. ;) Enjoy!
Shameless plug for my Ratatouille recipe, now that we have all kinds of fresh tomatoes and zucchini to make this dish. It was well worth the wait.
Here's another PBS Masterpiece show to look forward to! World on Fire is WWII-era drama starring Helen Hunt, Jonah Hauer-King, and... Sean Bean! We're all really big fans of Sean Bean at our house, especially the Sharpe's Rifles series.
A lovely recollection about taking piano lessons.
I am in love with the fall installation at Magnolia, and their seasonal theme of wholeness. In particular, I was so excited to learn about kintsugi, the Japanese art of mending broken pottery with gold lacquer. What a beautiful message about embracing brokenness.
Speaking of fall, here's a poem I wrote a few years back called "Starlight of Autumn."
Why you should make your bed every morning and other wise words from US Navy Admiral McRaven. Watch his speech here.
'Til next time,