Fortunately--because I cannot seem to get enough of Maine's low bush blueberry pies and lobster rolls and Swan's Way Dolcelinos--there is always time for a swim. I arrived in Portland for a television interview rather early, and had time to duck into the Portland Museum of Art (when I should have been spiffing myself up after a five hour drive). I could hear my mother's voice telling me to Make An Effort--brush my hair, apply makeup--but there was simply too much beautiful art to look at, and my free time flew by. This is an excellent museum full of American treasures. The canvas here is The Nereid Doto by Thomas Sully, painted in 1836. The nereids were the fifty (!) daughters of the Greek sea god Nereus; Doto is mentioned in Homer's Iliad. She looks at home in the water. As a matter of fact, it looks as though she has made an effort--before her swim. Now that's style!