For a woman who loves skiing, there’s no greater thrill than a day of schussing-especially in Aspen.
Why the Bard still inspires, enlightens and delights.
Pursuing the ancient artifacts she has long loved, the author embarks on a journey of self-discovery.
photographs by Fernando Bengoechea
styled by Olivier Gelbsmann
It was an unusual courtship, writes FRANCESCA STANFILL, who fell in love with a man, and fell in love with a house-a great, Victorian beach house that now embodies the shared treasures of their marriage.
Perhaps it is the intimate nature of letters that makes this aspect so compelling — the emotions are continually evoked with the re-reading of the words, so that the letter functions as a mnemonic device, bringing to mind the writer, as well as the time and place the letter was received, and where it was written, and the first feelings upon reading it.