Category Archives: Reggie Black
I’ve been escaping to Mitford, thanks to the arrival of a box of books in the mail. It’s my life, not a magazine.
When Reggie sent me the following anecdote and suggested it might be a good blog post for a day when I was uninspired, I was hesitant. Did Reggie peeing in a composter really fit into the tenor of my blog, … Continue reading
One day I saw a groovy old Vega station wagon tooling around in a parking lot and I texted the picture of it to Reggie. I asked “is this what chased you all those years ago?” He got all “smart … Continue reading
Reggie Black told me a funny story the other day; something from long ago. I said “Reggie! Why were you always walking alone in the woods?” He said “why were you always alone in your room?” Well, that settled that … Continue reading
(A note from the blog hostess: today’s blog is a “guest post” by Reggie Black…who’s sorry now?) It’s easier to beg forgiveness than to ask permission. How did you hear that? Some people hear things differently than others do. Sailors … Continue reading
(Today’s post, Thanksgiving dinner from the land of perpetual sunshine, is courtesy of Reggie Black. I’m thankful for Reggie’s contribution today and even though I’m not out shopping, this makes it officially “Black Friday” here on the blog…”Reggie Black Friday.”) … Continue reading
Here in New England, everything green and growing is now ripe and rotting. While Wednesday has always been “Tiny Steps Gardening Day” there hasn’t been much to report. The garlic has been pulled, sunflowers are toppling over, and lone green … Continue reading