Saguaro Harvest Memories

Moxie Cosmos Says…

It’s 104 degrees F in Tucson today — but, as they say, “it’s a dry heat.”

We took a visitor from Cuiliacan, Mexico, to the Arizona Desert Museum last Saturday night, one of the summer evening openings this institution has to allow human beings to view their non-human neighbors who come out

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Bra or Antlers?

What are your memories of diasters, and what to you try to save?

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Champagne Sundays Interview

Karen Dahood talks about an “old lady” detective. No, it is not Jane Marple, she’s Sophie George, a retired librarian who comes to the aid of an unimaginative chief of detectives in a small Florida town. They encounter a revenge killing corporation and a woman who is totally — butt totally – dependent on men. And, she’s not really old – just 65.

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Gusty Winds May Exist

We have just returned from another trip to New Mexico (where signs posted with the title here –GUSTY WINDS MAY EXIST — used to amuse us). They don’t any more. I have written before about the trauma of divorce affecting our family. Everybody is in therapy!

Amidst the struggles for “closure” (a word our

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