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*LOL This is a familiar sight at our house - Mom and two daughters all frantically trying to finish a ball gown! Jules Trayer, The Ball Gown*

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Madame Philippe Desbassayns de Richemont (Jeanne Eglé Mourgue, 1778–1855) and Her Son, Eugène (1800–1859), by Marie-Guillelmine Benoist (French, 1768–1826), ca. 1802–03

We'll always be eating from our pantry and garden. If you're wondering if I'm going shopping to restock, most of the time, the answer is no, I'm not. Right now, opportunities to buy food are infrequent for us. Nevertheless, when we get a chance to buy food, I do, and it's usually bulk items, such as oats, oil, and rice. Call it Preparedness or whatever, it seems prudent to can garden produce and stock provisions for lengthy power failure, Storm isolation, or Government failure...

Portrait of Mademoiselle Mathilde de Nédonchel | Alexis Joseph Pérignon (1869)

Femmes dans un jardin Legros Alphonse (1837-1911), 1860

Combing My Lady's Tresses by Jean-Baptiste Antoine Emile Béranger (1814-1883), c 1840s. Josef Mensing Gallery

Portrait of Marie-Gabrielle Capet, 1798. by Adélaïde Labille-Guiard (1749-1803). Adelaide Labille-Guiard was the great rival of Elizabeth Vigée-Lebrun, but without family or artistic connections. Her skills were developed over a period of years, and she only began to exhibit her works in her late thirties.