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Éve Németh Gardens

What are you doing this weekend? We will watch a new movie Father, which looks amazing. I also read Edie Richter is not alone, an amazing novel about a woman whose father suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. I hope you have a good – chag sameach to those who celebrate the Passover! – and here are some links from all over the web …

The perfect shampoo. (See before and after.)

Wow! This lagging ventriloquism is so cool.

Why is Princess Diana’s hair do you look like that

I can’t wait to see exhibition by Alice Neel in Met.

35 things you can do for yourself today. (I loved number 21.)

Matzo cake with icing.

New movie Shiva Baby it looks great.

I survived 18 years in solitary confinement. ”(New York Times)

Oooh, what a beautiful garden. I this one, also.

When I first started massage training. ”(Atlantic)

Love these black pants.

Chandelier with Caesar salad, of all things.

Plus, three reader comments:

Says AK on the magic of purifying the mind by swimming in cold water: “I am part of a group of women who meet every morning to swim. Granted, we wait until spring begins, but there’s nothing more magical than watching a group of women walk through the woods to gather at the edge of a lake at sunrise, take off their clothes and get into the water. It’s a secret I enjoy carrying all day. There are no grains in the store that I wanted? That’s fine, I started the day with a naked swim! “

Veronica says the magic of purifying the mind by swimming in cold water: “I’m going through in vitro fertilization – we lost the last one 10 months ago a few months ago – so it was difficult. My husband has been taking a cold shower for years, but I’ve always resisted since I hate cold water. One day I was very low and thought, ok, now I’m doing it. At first I screamed and sang, it was so cold. But coming out, I felt some euphoria. It’s been three months and I love it; I feel so much better every time! It’s also good practice to teach yourself not to be afraid and simply act on your decision, “I’m going in,” and you’re going in. “

Say Christian AE further an amazing conversation mover: “As an Asian child born and raised in Canada, I wondered why my parents never used words of affection as families on TV. What I didn’t realize was that the gesture of cleaning, peeling, and cutting the fruit to enjoy together was one filled with the kind of love, attention, and care I thought I missed. My lolo and lola would ALWAYS peel grapes (!) For my sister and me. The green apple is cut into uniform pieces and sprinkled with salt to cut through the carrots. God forbid there were any leftover pits left on their peeled oranges, grapefruits and pomeloes before they distributed the pieces to our family members. Now that I’m older, I try to eat fruit as part of my diet. Sometimes I will spend time peeling an orange in a way that will make my family proud. My lolos and my lolas are long gone, but I miss them very much every time I have fruit for dessert. “

(Photo for Home and Garden United Kingdom by Eva Németh.)


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