#19.3, Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Historical setting: Inside a daub and wattle sepulcher — 584 C.E.          “Anatase, Anatase, you naughty child! You know you are not to go near that place! We’ve been looking for you everywhere. You have to tell your teacher when you leave the house. She was so worried when you weren’t in your bed.”         Continue reading “#19.3, Wednesday, April 7, 2021”

Post #18.7, Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Historical setting: Sixth Century Bordeaux          Darkness impedes our tour of the work on the basilica, and August is anxious to go on to see his family. I’m looking for a way to be the silver cup in Benjamin’s bag who helps the reunion become something joyful and not a tirade of remembrances of envyContinue reading “Post #18.7, Tuesday, March 16, 2021”