I hope all of you gardeners are reaping the delicious rewards of your hard work, and that the rest of you are hitting your local farmers’ markets for the vegetables that abound this time of year. While you are eating the rainbow, take a break and check out my favorite links from around the web this week…
We bade farewell to Toni Morrison this week. I really enjoyed this profile written in February. And here's a sneak peek of The New Yorker's cover, by artist Kara Walker, accomplished in less than 24 hours. (Thank you Marjorie!)
Converting an English dovecote into a bookroom? Be still my heart!
Along the same lines, how about this coop? (Thanks Carrie!)
Fans of Olive Kitteridge will enjoy this recent sequel in The New Yorker.
Oh, how I loved this fascinating mix of history and sports. And the photos, wow!
Frances Palmer's classic yet mod tulipiere.
Follow along with a painter and a designer who have spent the last two years in upstate New York, renovating an old Victorian they've named The Lavender Ghost.
Photo by Megan Hodges via Unsplash.