Monthly Archives: August 2014

  1. Luxenberg, Steve. ANNIE’S GHOSTS

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    August 16, 2014 by ethelfritha

    The impetus for this book began with the death of Luxenberg’s mother, Beth. A bright, vivacious woman, Beth had constantly–one …
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  2. Flanders, Judith. INSIDE THE VICTORIAN HOME

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    August 12, 2014 by ethelfritha

    Flander’s account of the Victorian home is exactly what it says: a systematic tour of a family’s house, room by room, …
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  3. Murray, Venetia. AN ELEGANT MADNESS: HIGH SOCIETY IN REGENCY ENGLAND

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    August 11, 2014 by ethelfritha

    It’s important to note here that the subtitle of this book doesn’t lie. This isn’t a comprehensive history of pre-Victorian Britain. It’s …
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  4. Everett, Daniel. DON’T SLEEP, THERE ARE SNAKES

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    August 9, 2014 by ethelfritha

    Meet the Pirahã: Did I say Japan was exotic? I changed my mind. I take it all back. Japan is the …
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Castle Rock Homestead

Off-grid homesteading in the high desert of Northern Nevada.

SUNSHINE FARM

Millennial homesteaders on a plant-based hobby farm in Upstate New York

A year of reading the world

196 countries, countless stories...

The Catholic Table

Prayer. Food. Conversation. And Wine. Lots of Wine

Sancta Nomina

Thoughts on Catholic baby naming

Over The Edge

Because this is what happens when you can't count to four.

The Ugly Volvo

Attempts at Adulthood

Moments in Mediocre Motherhood

I was given to understand there would be bonbons.