Three kinds of dough on the go.
What does the Christian holiday Easter have in common with a pagan goddess? According to Saint Bede, they share an ancestry in more than just etymology…
…only possibly in English and German. Most other languages use a variant of pesah (Passover)
— Read on blog.oxforddictionaries.com/
Freud’s word for this was “unheimlich”—meaning, appropriately eerily, at once both “homely” & “unhomely”.
(Edward Burra, Cherry Trees, 1962–63) (via @RobGMacfarlane)