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Posts published by “Lee Reynolds”

Flotsam (Jan. 30, 2002)

Most days, I wake with a purpose. There is always something to do and I generally go about it with a measure of good cheer.…

Other People’s Messes (March 1, 2000)

I have known people who seem to live in absolutely pristine surroundings. I visualize them spending every waking hour pulling weeds, moving heavy objects around,…

Behold the Sun (March 26, 2003)

In a few weeks my mother and I will be gone from Anderson Valley, a place I have lived in and loved for three decades

The Beautiful Saguaro

There is a story in Native Sonoran lore that a very long time ago a beautiful young girl sank into the sand and perished. In…

The Joys of Geezerhood

In a few days I will have reached official geezerhood. I remember that in my younger years I would sometimes think with amazement about living until the turn of the century

Ticklin’ Daddy’s Toes

Gotcha! I’ll bet that title has just enough of an Ew! Gross! ring to perk up everyone’s prurient interest. Now, the big letdown. The Daddy…

Quiet Fun

“Is ditchwater dull? Naturalists with microscopes have told me that it teems with quiet fun.” — G. K. Chesterton I don’t own a microscope; if…

Trying Times

My pets tend to live a long time. That’s the good news and the bad news. The good news is that a long life usually…

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