When our children were young and had been sick, Joy and I always waited at least 24 hours after they were free from fever before sending them back to school. We wanted to ensure their recovery and to keep our children from spreading germs at school. This practice frequently meant that the children were feeling pretty good on their last day at home.
|Leon Bonnat’s “The Broken Jug”|
|Maxim Vorobiev’s “Oak Fractured by Lightning. Allegory on the Artist’s Wife’s Death”|
|Edouard Manet’s “A Woman Pouring Water”|
|Robert Spencer’s “Repairing the Bridge”|