What is it?The Daily Cure for me is trying to smell taste touch—really experience— something, each day, that reminds me that I'm alive and, mostly, happy to be here. A small moment that should go a long way, at least in theory.
Category Archives: WEEK IN REVIEW
Monday “Transition/Color Story #8: A baguette travels to Italy” In which a baguette adorns the dashboard from Burgundy, France to Milan, Italy. (Read this.) Tuesday 1 “The voting results are in!” In which we reveal the results of The Daily … Continue reading
Monday “The gentlest architecture” In appreciation of well-designed housing: a bird’s nest that fits in the palm of the hand. (Read this.) Tuesday “Object beauty and elbow grease” A look at the old tools that give a kitchen functionality and … Continue reading
Monday “Day 9: The heart of the matter” On the relationship between the word “vacation” and the state of being “empty” (Read this.) Tuesday “Day 10: A dog’s life” In which an old dog remembers her old tricks and swims … Continue reading
“Closed/Week in review” is something I did every week when I was blogging consistently. I’ll try to keep it up, but patience please if I can’t. Have a lovely weekend! Monday “Day #4: Sunny vs. cloudy—a test” In which we … Continue reading
“The Daily Cure” is closed for the weekend, but please feel free to come in and browse. See you Monday.
Monday “Keeping time, beautifully” In which we appreciate an Italian watch we can’t own, and download a time-keeping screensaver that we can. (Read this.) Tuesday “Hit the road, Jacques” In which a “mille borne” on French national route 958 reminds … Continue reading
Monday “Transitions: Follow the yellow brick road” In which we are greeted in France with a great, yellow carpet. (Read this.) Tuesday, Part 1 “One potato” In which we celebrate the uncommon goodness of the common French, red potato. (Read … Continue reading