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Sisterhood, Brotherhood, Humanity. 

“ are far above men to inspire him, far beneath him to corrupt him… but they have no human mind and no human nature.” – Dorothy Sayers, The Human Not Quite Human, 1947. 1,259 more words


Mid-Summer on the Farm

We have finally finagled a way for us to go on vacation for a few days this year.  It took weeks to figure out how we could do it, since we have to cater to the needs of all our animals. 929 more words


Manet e as Mulheres II

A Varanda, 1868-1869, Musée D’Orsay, Paris

A Varanda é uma das mais famosas pinturas de Manet, realizada ao mesmo tempo que o seu famoso… 1,112 more words

Berthe Morisot 

Berthe Morisot, the lone female artist amongst the group who in 1873 founded the Impressionist art movement, wrote ‘I do not think any man would ever treat a woman as his equal and it is all I ask because I know my worth’. 728 more words

Berthe Morisot


Thursday evening our goat Widget had her kid!  We named her Morisot (more-iss-o), after the female painter Berthe Morisot, who painted in the 1800s.

We thought Widgie would be having triplets, or at least twins, since she had triplets last time and she was very large, but she just had one little girl.




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