Greatest Hits

Below are links to favorite posts.

Signs

Ah, At Last We Know

Almost Unimaginable

*EVER YOU ARE, WE’RE AL*

Give Me An E! Give Me An S!

And Not a Moment Too Soon

Writing

Chickens, Eggs, and Other Dimensions

Oh to Be Wrong As Dazzlingly As Chandler!

“Looking Kinda Spooky and Withdrawn”

Self Reflection

The Idea Blender That Produced Scar Jewelry

Melodious Peach

Critters

Facing the Moon Again

Gee. Thanks guys.

Which One Are You Like?

An Adoration of Pelicans

What Is It About Dogs and Skunks?

The Only Cat In the World

Photography

I’m Still Here

One Step From a New World

Magical Retaining Wall

Exotic Infrastructure

Repeating Landscapes

Creatures of Erosion

Travel

Photo Travelog: Williamsburg Bridge Walk

Sinkhole to the Horizon

Photo Travelog: Escape from Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii

The View From High and Far

Among Many, A Search for One

Would We Call That A Cowgoyle?

Life As I Know It

Memories of an Ash Refugee

A Bit Part in Somebody Else’s Movie

Lessons, Re-Learned

Never Pass Up the Unrepeatable Experience

My Epitaph Collection, Compiled

An Ode to Dirt

Kids & Family

The Art of Letting Go

As a Spectator Sport, a Bit of a Challenge

Creepy-Sweet

My Dad Behind the Wheel

When Anything Could Be Anything

Reviews

Comedy: The Improvised Shakespeare Company

Book: Andrew’s Brain by E. L. Doctorow

Book: The Healer by Antti Tuomainen

Book: Cathedral of the Wild by Boyd Varty

Book: The Flamethrowers by Rachel Kushner

Book: Who I Am by Pete Townshend

Concert: Chris Thile and the Largo-at-the-Coronet

Concert: No Name #1

Concert: Jon Cleary and the Absolute Monster Gentlemen

 

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3 thoughts on “Greatest Hits

  1. Years ago, I knew a Sue Perry who wrote for TV, then moved out of L.A. and landed on a ranch in Oregon or Colorado or somewhere. We lost touch. But she was a friend, and I wonder if you are that Sue Perry. I hope you are, because looking at your site, I see how clever you are, and Sue was clever. And if you’re not, well, hi Sue, sorry to bother you, but glad I found you.

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    • Hi, Larry, how cool to hear from you. I always think of you when I watch a Brando movie… It was Oregon that I moved to and a few years later I realized my mistake and returned to so CA. We were Fb friends for a while so I slightly know a titch of what you have been up to… were up to, I slipped away from Fb during lockdown.

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      • So glad to reconnect Sue. I found a note from you (Oregon) and tried to reach out. You have become quite an accomplished writer…..so glad to see that. I stopped all the journalism some years ago when magazines went digital, editors retired, and I just wanted to write what I wanted. So have written 31 books, but the last half of them self-published (Amazon made me an offer I couldn’t refuse). The last 4 have been short stories and a memoir of my time in the Peace Corps. I’m currently working on organizing my archive and hoping to sell (auction) all the rare books I’ve collected. Just time to downsize. Are you still in So Cal? If so, where? Would be nice to see you.

        Larry

        Besides this email, can reach me at SUE DELETED EMAIL ADDRESS AFTER SAVING IT….

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