During our talk, Stewart is poised and in control, sitting with perfect posture in her office chair, never fidgeting. At 66, she's straightforward, occasionally blunt, often wry, with humor in her brown eyes and a youthfulness that may be in part a genetic blessing — she's always had terrific, glowing skin — but also comes from attitude, a buoyancy that has seen her through a spectacular public disgrace.
Some people might have banished themselves to a humiliated early retirement.
But in the two and a half years since her release from Alderson Federal Prison Camp in West Virginia, where she spent five months for making false statements to government investigators about her role in the Im Clone insider trading scandal, Stewart has jump-started her stalled company and moved forward full-throttle into a rich, packed, larger-than-life life. "I've always been fearless," she says, and you believe her.
Well, friends, I'm off on a three-week long excursion to Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway, the Faroe Islands and Iceland.
Bob Bowen and Annie Bossi also produce farmstead goat cheese, eggs, lamb, pork and poultry.
One of my guests was noted photographer, Douglas Friedman, and he graciously provided me with the photos for today's blog.The Weekend Begins..a summer kick-off game of croquet.This year, the #campskylands crew was invited by Martha's favorite neighbor to participate in a friendly match.If it's not, I don't.") Still dressed in the beige slacks, crisp white shirt, and thin navy-blue pullover she wore on the show, she looks fresh and rested even though she's been up since dawn and sleeps just a few hours a night.Her only jewelry is a pair of sparkly aquamarine earrings; her nails are kept short, as befits a gardener and cook.